Great Device For Internet and Drawing
Unfortunately as many lost out on the option of having a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, I tried out the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, but I realized that the S Pen made all the difference in the world. So, I opted to purchase an iPhone 7 Plus (which I'm okay with) and this Samsung Tablet.
It has the Stylus, I love the S Pen. Crisp screen, many applications to draw with, and I can even hook it up to my iMac to draw with those programs if I so desire through another application. The included S Pen is great for on the go. Pressure sensor, palm rejection, all the features that you need are there except for I believe tilt which only the iPad Pro has.
Fast processor, fast machine, up to 15 open applications. New Android OS works great, no need for apps that clear caches or Uninstall.
Decent camera if needed for on the go.
The best feature of this device is the wonderful battery, which lasts all day in almost all circumstances using it with any application. Standby time will last upwards of 3 plus days.
I love the 4k Screen on my previous Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phone. That combined with the huge screen, battery, and stylus make it ideal. This does not have a High Quality screen, it is right on the boarder of pixelating while zooming in on drawing, and other applications.
If you are power hungry, it could use an upgrade in the CPU and Memory, but that would be an expense to the battery. For I love to have multiple apps running and if you have 5 plus heavy applications it tends to slow down most noticeably on the Internet using a website such as eBay or Amazon.
The included S Pen is in and of itself fine for 30 minutes or less. However, because it is square and skinny it starts to do a number on your hand, which is why I purchased the The Wacom Bamboo Smart Stylus for Samsung Galaxy Note (CS310UK), by the way works wonders and you can draw, write, or use as a mouse for hours. All that needs to be done is the S Pen needs to be ejected, that might be able to be corrected in the settings.
The internal memory is a joke. From past Samsung Android devices, I have multiple paid applications that are would run 32-64GB. You can use an External Micro SD Card, which I have a 128GB one installed, however, there are many applications that will not save and work on the external. So, to wrap this thought up, there are many applications I have to sacrifice and not install, I have many applications on my external and I have to count MegaBytes, which sucks. But, the other features make it worth it. In future updates, I hope that the Future Tablets will have 32, 64, or larger internal storage. I'm sure Samsung makes money from the Google Play Store, so there are many Paid applications and many Applications I wish to purchase and use; missing out on a lot of money on advertisements, etc is my point.
It is a beautiful machine. Lightweight, screen nice, bright, and crisp. Decent Power. Very good battery. Decent storage. Beautiful drawing design. And I don't even have a case for it, the back feels like a vinyl, which is great for holding.
Note: This device does not have certain sensors that will not allow my electro magnetic field devices work, obviously this is the model without 4G, and you must get the Tablet that says With S Pen otherwise the Stylus won't work and you won't have the features you if you ever want to use one.
Buy this to tide yourself over. I love it. Very nice machine to replace the Galaxy Note battery disaster.
Originally posted on Samsung.com
Yes, I recommend this product