|Standing screen display size||10.5 Inches|
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 SM-T830N Grey Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Tablet
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.28 x 6.46 x 9.81 inches|
|Item Weight||0.48 Kilograms|
|Hardware Interface||MicroSD, Bluetooth, USB 3.0|
|Display Size||10.5 Inches|
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The android system is very fast, the videos are very clear and the sound is amazing with the sound quality only half way. Connected to my Bose speaker fine via Bluetooth. It’s lightweight and charges very quickly, and battery can last good 2 days with normal usage before needing to charge.
If you are thinking of purchasing this I would, it’s a great tablet
- the pen comes with the tablet, and doesn't require charging
- the wide screen is perfect for Netflix, Viki, Amazon etc - movies are stunning
- the sd slot will take up to a 400 GB card, so the standard 64 GB internal memory is fine
- the operating system is Android so well suited to the device
Not so good:
- the 'secure folder' for confidential storage/apps only applies to internal storage. Whilst the sd card can be encrypted, controlling access further is problematic. Not all apps take kindly to being sandboxed in the secure folder, for example Kindle. However it is possible to set up a different profile to log in with more restricted access.
- the lack of hard buttons means there is little space wasted but is a pain when you accidentally skip your place in a movie back or forth when trying to switch apps. On balance, I'd prefer hard buttons.
- the iris/face scanner offers biometric access protection to the device but requires the correct positioning of face and tablet as well as reasonable lighting. There's also less control - just because your face is in sight doesn't necessarily mean you want to unlock the device, authorise a transaction, or whatever. The iris scanner in particular sometimes causes me headache/eyestrain. It's a nice idea, but not as practical as a fingerprint scanner. It's lack of reliability in all conditions may prevent you from using a really strong password as you'll need to be using an alternate access method quite frequently.
- the wifi connection can be problematic. If i am in the front bedroom with my router in the back bedroom I often have to use the hotspot on my phone rather than home wifi. In the end I extended the wireless network using a second Apple Airport. This is ridiculous. Other tablets have no such problem.
It's a decent high-end tablet with a lot going for it. I've mentioned a few reservations, but there are no real show stoppers. After a month's usage there are still features to explore, so I'll update the review as and when.
Another option to consider instead of a 400 GB sd card at around the same price is to get a basic 64 GB card and a 500 GB Samsung T5 SSD external drive connecting to the USB C port which has built in AES encryption and can also connect to PC and Mac via USB-C or USB3 to allow easy file transfer rather than having an encrypted sd card tied to the tablet.
I would highly recommend buying a Samsung Keyboard Cover case to go with this tablet as it's a pleasure to type on and it will protect the tablet from drops and scratches when carrying it around.
Overall, this is truly a great device and an amazing productivity tool, and it's served me well for the past month that I've had it and I would highly recommend it, not only for work but for entertainment as it's Super AMOLED HDR capable screen and it's quad speakers with Dolby Atmos make for a truly immersive movie experience.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 8, 2018