How good is Samsung Tab S?
The Bottom Line. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is the best Android-powered media tablet available, but its competition is stiff. PCMag editors select and review products independently. If you buy through affiliate links, we may earn commissions, which help support our testing.
What is the best Galaxy Tab S?
What is the best Samsung tablet? The best Samsung tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, according to our in-house testing, industry benchmarks and real-world experience. It’s excellent for drawing thanks to its stylus (the popular S pen), which, unlike the iPad Pro, comes included in the box.
Is Galaxy Tab S still supported?
To everyone’s surprise, Samsung has now released long list phones (Galaxy S, Note, Fold & A series) and tablets (Tab S series) eligible for Android OS updates till 2022. This means the devices will get three major OS versions including Android 11 (2020), Android 12 (2021), and Android 13 (2022).
When was the Samsung Galaxy Tab s released?
September 2, 2010Samsung Galaxy Tab series / Introduced
What Samsung tablet is worth buying?
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra – Best for Android Whether it’s productivity, multimedia or maybe even a bit of gaming, this is one of the most capable offerings outside of Apple’s iPads, right now, and undoubtedly the most powerful Android tablet ever.
How old is a Galaxy Tab S?
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
|Also known as||SM-T800 (WiFi) SM-T805 (3G, 4G/LTE & WiFi) SM-T807 (3G, 4G/LTE & WiFi) SM-T807P (Sprint CDMA) SM-T807V (Verizon CDMA)|
|Product family||Galaxy Tab, Galaxy S|
|Release date||June 27, 2014|
|Operating system||Android 4.4.2 “KitKat” (original) Android 6.0.1 “Marshmallow” (current)|
When did Galaxy Tab a 10.5 come out?
July 2014Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 / Introduced
Can Samsung Galaxy Tab a 10.5 make phone calls?
With the Call & text on other devices feature, you can make and receive calls on your tablet as long as it’s signed into the same Samsung account as your phone. You can also send messages. However, the connected phone will need to have active service.