- Size (LWH): 6.8 inches, 0.3 inches, 9.6 inches
- Weight: 1.21 pounds
Samsung Galaxy Note SM-P607TZKETMB 10.1-Inch 32GB Android 4G LTE Unlocked Tablet with Dual Camera and Wifi (Black)
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- Operating System Android 4.4, kitkat
- 32GB internal memory and 2.0 MP Front and 8.0 MP Rear Camera
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, (2.4GHz + 5.0 GHz), USB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.0
- 10.1" WQXGA TFT 2560 x 1600 pixel display
- 4G LTE - T-Mobile Unlocked
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Android 4.4, kitkat
CPU Processor speed
Quad core 2.3ghz
Camera resolution (front): 2.0mp
Camera resolution (rear): 8.0MP
3GB ram; 32GB rom
External memory/microSD capacity
MicroSD (up to 64GB, Card not included)
Product dimensions (inches)
L x H x D: 9.6" x 6.8" x 0.3"
Weight 19.30 oz.
Battery type and size
Lithium ion, 8,220mah
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, (2.4GHz + 5.0 GHz)
GSM / HSPA / LTE
2G bands: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - all versions
3G bands: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - all versions
4G bands: LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800) - SM-P605
Speed: HSPA 42.2(LTE)/21.1(3G)/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps
Main display resolution: 2560 x 1600 pixel
Main display size: 10.1"
Main display technology: WQXGA TFT
Audio playing format: Mp3, m4a, aac, wma, asf, ogg, flac, amr, wav, mid, xmf, mxmf, imy, rtttl, rtx, ota codec : mp3, aac, aac+, eaac+, wma, ogg, flac, amr-nb/wb, wav, midi
Video playing format: Avi, mp4, m4v,3gp, mkv, wmv, asf, flv, webm codec : mp4, h.263, h.264, vc-1, vp8, wmv7/8,sorenson spark, mp43
Top Customer Reviews
I've read through XDA and other forums enough to see that others have reported experiencing these issues, but enough have validated that this is not the standard. I've hoped with my battery life would improve after several charging cycles, however, it seems to stay the same. I do believe I'll be exchanging it in the hopes that I get one that performs as it should. All in all, though, I really like the look, feel, and speed of this tablet, but if I can't make it through the day without recharging, which has not been an issue with any of my older tablets, then I may need to keep looking,
---- Update: 9/17/15
I decided to keep this tablet. With subsequent charging cycles, the battery life began improving and now gets closer to 8 hours of use, which is near what the stated battery time is.
I am still deducting a star for 2 reasons though. The T-Mobile chime when it turns on is very LOUD and very ANNOYING! Don't even think about trying to discreetly turn this on or restart it. The other con is that, despite having a Qualcom chipset, Quick Charge 2.0 doesn't seem to be enabled in the firmware. Hopefully that will be fixed in the future. I did purchase this charger [Qualcomm Certified] Anker PowerPort+ 1 (Quick Charge 2.0 and PowerIQ Technology 2-in-1 Premium 18W USB Wall Charger) for Galaxy S6 / Edge / Plus, Note 5 / 4, LG G4, HTC One M8 / M9, Nexus 6 and More and highly recommend it! It charges the tablet as well, if not better, than the OEM charger and, unlike all of my other aftermarket 5v 2+ amp chargers, the Note 10.1 doesn't stop charging if the screen turns off.
All in all, I'm happy with this tablet. I do sometimes wonder though if it would have been worth another $150 to get the WIFI only version without the T-Mobile startup chime. :)
Anyway, my only real gripes about this tablet are:
1. Charging seems really slow. Like, really slow. To get from 50% to 100% can take what seems like hours.
2. The s-pen is supposed to prevent your palm from interacting with the s-note program -- which it does 95% of the time. Every now and then, it randomly zooms because of something my palm is resting on.
3. It gets oddly slow now and then -- possibly because I'm expecting too much? Anyway, I find that a reboot every day or two helps with the slowness.
4. Data transfer by USB seems slower than I expected, but that may be unrealistic expectations on my part.
Video looks great, on the rare occasions I use it, and the audio is surprisingly good. Lots of aftermarket covers are available for this device -- try a few to find the one you like. Some people want the cover with the keyboard built into it, but I'd rather carry a bluetooth keyboard separately, because sometimes I just don't care about having the keyboard available to me. Sometimes I only want the compact tablet device. The nice thing is that this one isn't exactly a laptop replacement, but for a weekend of travel in which you want to do more than you can do on your phone but you don't want to lug around a laptop, it works just fine. And it's easier to get one of these through airport security than it is to get a laptop through -- you don't have to take the tablet out of your bag. Or at least, I don't have to.
Oh, and I have this same tablet in both this version (my wife's, actually) as well as my own tablet -- mine doesn't have the 4G LTE capability, but I haven't noticed any difference in performance between the two of them. She doesn't use the 4G on hers, and it doesn't seem to affect anything negatively as a result.
If you like the idea of an integrated stylus, and you can get this at a good price (sub 400), this is a great option. I know it comes in a smaller size, but i wouldn't want it any smaller than it is. 10.1" sounds like a bigger tablet, but it's really not that big. Much smaller and I'd have difficulty writing with it.
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I did bet a upgraded stylus that is much better that the one that came...Read more