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Last Updated:
2015-02-22

Galaxy TAB S 10.5" Tablet

My wife's Laptop (Compaq Presario C700, bought in 2008) was getting very slow and needed to be retired - what to replace it with? She wanted a tablet for surfing the internet and for reading the Sunday Times, to complement her smartphone (Galaxy S2). But there were also very occasionally long Emails or word processing documents - for which she would prefer a physical keyboard. At the end of January 2015 we decided upon Samsung's 10.5" tablet and a simple Bluetooth Keyboard, rather than opting for a Netbook/Notebook or a Chromebook.

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Specification: for the SM-T800:
  • Processor: Exynos 5 Octa 5420 (quad 1.9GHz & quad 1.3GHz) processor
  • RAM: 3GB, ROM: 16GB + microSD 16GB (max 128GB)
  • Display: 10.50" - 2560x1600 282.7ppi
  • Cameras: 8MP rear camera, 2.1MP front camera
  • Battery: 7900 mAh
  • System: Android 5.0 "Lollipop"
  • Networks: WiFi only
  • Size: 247.3x177.3x6.6 mm
  • Others: 465 grams, Fingerprint scanner
Sammy Homescreen
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Tray for Multi Window


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Multi Window:
split screens
Keyboard
with Bluetooth Keyboard


About Tablet
Updated March 2017

I thought my Nexus 9 Tablet was the best tablet around for the moment, but I quite liked the touch and feel of this Samsung TAB S 10.5 tablet! And I did like the multi window capability.