Published on February 28th, 2015 | by Betty E0
Samsung Galaxy Tab 5: Unbeatable Tablet From Samsung
The innovation and the best technology, these two quality words could be related to the Android lineup of Samsung devices and now one more device is coming soon which would prove the same – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 5.
If you remember, the previous tablet of Samsung was criticized for their interface but with the arrival of Tab S series the scenario changed. In practice, the interface of Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is moving rapidly and applications open and close with great speed. We have also found that, unlike the Galaxy Note Pro, the Galaxy Tab S found no signs of delay to perform certain daily tasks like turning the screen, quit an application, activate the camera, etc. Websites with lots of graphic elements such as pages The Verge are loaded very quickly on the Galaxy Tab S 10.5, and scrolling and zooming within the website are fluid.
Other demanding applications such as Google Maps also move quickly. As for the games, we can not forget that the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is a tablet of considerable size, so it is not the most suitable for playing device since it is difficult to achieve with thumbs parts of the screen by holding it in horizontal. This was also missing in the previous Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. Apart from that assessment, we tested some demanding 3D games. Experience with the car racing game Asphalt 8 has been excellent and the fluidity of the action has nothing to do with the average rate per second we gets in the Galaxy Note Pro. Dead Trigger 2, a game that includes advanced graphics features such as real-time shadows, reflections in water and light effects, has also behaved in an outstanding manner. And this all works like charm in the Tab S, if Samsung will give this type of performance in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 5 then things would really be different and in favor of Samsung.
In terms of connectivity you could expect that the Galaxy Tab 5 would offers connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Wi-Fi Direct, GPS and Bluetooth 4.0. It does not support DLNA and NFC. And there could be a special version of this tablet offering the connectivity support for 4G. And without any doubts, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 5 would be shinning, if you have used any of the previous Samsung Galaxy Tab then you must know and faced problem like slow response, poor battery, and bad display but in the previous year, Samsung has worked on everything and it is ready with the new devices that would have the sharp display, good quality processor and the better battery. And this is true, it is based on the rumours the current specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 5 but it would be public within few months from now.