Samsung Galaxy Tab® 7.7 (Verizon)SCH-I815LSAVZW
Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Totalbeginner Complete Novice, liking this As a complete novice, I bought this a week ago, along with my first smart phone, Galaxy S-III. Learned the phone in a week, now learning the Tab 7.7 So far I love it. Color is wonderful, apps are easy, had to search on how to get rid of pre-loaded apps I just won't use. June 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Laddybuck first smart anything I've been hesitant to purchase a smartphone so I decided to keep the old the antiquated phone and actually got something that is usable which is the 7.7 tap. before purchasing this product I read all the reviews and this galaxy tab actually lives up to every review that it suggest it does. I believe it's actually better than the iPad Mini. May 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TygerUpperCut LTE Tablet on the Go Larger tablets certainly has their use and advantages, but when it comes to mobility, around 7" is where it's at. I bought the original Galaxy Tab on the day of release as a gift for my wife and she never left home without it. One day someone at her work dropped it on a concrete floor and cracked the glass, so I bought this for her to replace the original. She literally got teary-eyed when I gave her this because it was so nice and she was so heart broken when the screen cracked on the old one. January 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Solitaire Now with ICS There are no tabs made with equal features. Front & rear HD (or better) cameras, 5100 Mah battery, 16GB on board (for storage & for app use), MicroSD with SDXC support (64GB+), dual core CPU, ICS, WiFi hotspot capable (3G or 4G/LTE), & with the infrared port you can even use it as a universal remote. It's small enough to put in a large pocket, yet large enough to view any document, picture or video with an incredible display few can rival. It even works very well in full daylight. This is by far my favorite of 4 different tablets. It's usable visibility of the screen is much better than my Thrive 10.1. The only downside I have found is that the overall volume is a little lower than I would like. The 30 pin connector is a mirror image of the "old" iPod style connector (but NOT iPod compatible). There are many accessories available like keyboard docking stations, & multimedia docks. MHL & USB host adapters are also available to make it even more capable. If you are looking for a full featured tablet, you can not go wrong with the 7.7 which is a more capable device than even the newer Tab 2 series introduced by Samsung. Photographers will appreciate the ability (through use of a USB Host adapter) the ability to download their pictures to the 7.7, make image adjustments & send them off to friends, family, or even your publisher (if using the cellular broadband connectivity). December 26, 2012
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