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i can confirm that the samsung 64GB microSD Class 10 UHS-1 card WILL WORK
i bought this exact card based on recomendations here in this forum and crossed my fingers hopping it would work
i had a 16 gb card in it already so i placed it in my computer and copied all folders to the new card and put it in and AWESOME it … see more
i can confirm that the samsung 64GB microSD Class 10 UHS-1 card WILL WORK
i bought this exact card based on recomendations here in this forum and crossed my fingers hopping it would work
i had a 16 gb card in it already so i placed it in my computer and copied all folders to the new card and put it in and AWESOME it works!!!!!!!!!!!!
i have what i now consider the perfect tabletfast and now with tons of storage
i will try a 128 gb card next and will report if i have success
i am a confirmed owner of the samsung galaxy tab 4 7.0 8gb tablet see less
i can confirm that the samsung 64GB microSD Class 10 UHS-1 card WILL WORK
i bought this exact card based on recomendations here in this forum and crossed my fingers hopping it would work
i had a 16 gb card in it already so i placed it in my computer and copied all folders to the new card and put it in and AWESOME it works!!!!!!!!!!!!
i have what i now consider the perfect tabletfast and now with tons of storage
i will try a 128 gb card next and will report if i have success
i am a confirmed owner of the samsung galaxy tab 4 7.0 8gb tablet

By totto2222 on October 2, 2014
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I would purchase the Tab 4 if I were you; the tab 3 does not sport a suitable display resolution (non-HD) for a tablet while the galaxy tab 4 does (720p). If you read, play games, and watch video on your tablet you'd want the galaxy tab 4. Increased battery life (8-10 hours), a quadcore processor from qualcomm, reduced… see more I would purchase the Tab 4 if I were you; the tab 3 does not sport a suitable display resolution (non-HD) for a tablet while the galaxy tab 4 does (720p). If you read, play games, and watch video on your tablet you'd want the galaxy tab 4. Increased battery life (8-10 hours), a quadcore processor from qualcomm, reduced weight and slimmed down profile, better textured back and future software updates by Samsung. Yes, the tab 3 can be attained at $50 cheaper but I say the tab 4 is your best bet. see less I would purchase the Tab 4 if I were you; the tab 3 does not sport a suitable display resolution (non-HD) for a tablet while the galaxy tab 4 does (720p). If you read, play games, and watch video on your tablet you'd want the galaxy tab 4. Increased battery life (8-10 hours), a quadcore processor from qualcomm, reduced weight and slimmed down profile, better textured back and future software updates by Samsung. Yes, the tab 3 can be attained at $50 cheaper but I say the tab 4 is your best bet.
By Monuara K. on May 2, 2014
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Yes, Tab 4 is the next generation to Tab 3 with some enhancements from the older model and I would get the Tab 4.
Key differences may the the quad core processor for Tab 4 instead of the dual core for Tab 3 which made over all performance for Tab 4 just a little faster. There are also some UI improvements, I like the n… see more
Yes, Tab 4 is the next generation to Tab 3 with some enhancements from the older model and I would get the Tab 4.
Key differences may the the quad core processor for Tab 4 instead of the dual core for Tab 3 which made over all performance for Tab 4 just a little faster. There are also some UI improvements, I like the new left button which is now displaying all Recent active Applications that are running. From there, you can easily close one at a time or ALL Apps with a single tap. I would also get the case with stylus/pen and elastic strap. Stylus works much better than my finger, more precise and does not smear the screen. Strap also reduces the chances of dropping it (which I did with my prev Tab 3 and cracked the glass screen). Here is a link on YouTube that compares the two side-by-side, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT8L3HDtsNk. Check out other links on both models. Hope my personal experience helped. see less
Yes, Tab 4 is the next generation to Tab 3 with some enhancements from the older model and I would get the Tab 4.
Key differences may the the quad core processor for Tab 4 instead of the dual core for Tab 3 which made over all performance for Tab 4 just a little faster. There are also some UI improvements, I like the new left button which is now displaying all Recent active Applications that are running. From there, you can easily close one at a time or ALL Apps with a single tap. I would also get the case with stylus/pen and elastic strap. Stylus works much better than my finger, more precise and does not smear the screen. Strap also reduces the chances of dropping it (which I did with my prev Tab 3 and cracked the glass screen). Here is a link on YouTube that compares the two side-by-side, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT8L3HDtsNk. Check out other links on both models. Hope my personal experience helped.

By Bingham Liu on October 5, 2014
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This is an old question, but here's some updated info for those just now reading it.
One of my daughters uses her tablet to following our progress on trips. No WiFi. just GPS. She gets a kick out of telling me how fast we're going without seeing the dashboard. For local trips she just uses the cached maps from Google … see more
This is an old question, but here's some updated info for those just now reading it.
One of my daughters uses her tablet to following our progress on trips. No WiFi. just GPS. She gets a kick out of telling me how fast we're going without seeing the dashboard. For local trips she just uses the cached maps from Google Maps. To cache the maps, she "travels" around the area while still at home.
There are also two very good free navigation apps which allow you to download maps for offline use. I use MapFactor Navigator. The other is called Here. Maps for the entire US took up a little over 4GB on my SD card. You can also do it on a state by state basis if you want to be more frugal with your storage. see less
This is an old question, but here's some updated info for those just now reading it.
One of my daughters uses her tablet to following our progress on trips. No WiFi. just GPS. She gets a kick out of telling me how fast we're going without seeing the dashboard. For local trips she just uses the cached maps from Google Maps. To cache the maps, she "travels" around the area while still at home.
There are also two very good free navigation apps which allow you to download maps for offline use. I use MapFactor Navigator. The other is called Here. Maps for the entire US took up a little over 4GB on my SD card. You can also do it on a state by state basis if you want to be more frugal with your storage.

By Jachin on September 28, 2016
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Bluetooth 4.0 included.
By Monuara K. on May 2, 2014
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Yes.Magicjack app(magicApp) is available at google play and gives you unlimited calls/texts wherever you have WiFi for $10/year(.84 cents a month).You get a phone number and voicemail and can make/receive calls to landlines and mobile phones and send/receive texts to mobile phones.
Many tablet/ipod touch owners are u… see more
Yes.Magicjack app(magicApp) is available at google play and gives you unlimited calls/texts wherever you have WiFi for $10/year(.84 cents a month).You get a phone number and voicemail and can make/receive calls to landlines and mobile phones and send/receive texts to mobile phones.
Many tablet/ipod touch owners are unaware they can use their device as a WiFi phone.It works like a speaker phone and if you want a private conversation,just plug in earbuds/headphones as the mic will still pick up your voice.No special headset needed. see less
Yes.Magicjack app(magicApp) is available at google play and gives you unlimited calls/texts wherever you have WiFi for $10/year(.84 cents a month).You get a phone number and voicemail and can make/receive calls to landlines and mobile phones and send/receive texts to mobile phones.
Many tablet/ipod touch owners are unaware they can use their device as a WiFi phone.It works like a speaker phone and if you want a private conversation,just plug in earbuds/headphones as the mic will still pick up your voice.No special headset needed.

By modalsystem on February 7, 2015
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It can, but you must buy and adapter (which you can find here on Amazon) to do so. Go look at it http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-ET-H10FAUWESTA-Micro-Adapter-Galaxy/dp/B00CBSDS9Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1417949055&sr=8-1&keywords=samsung+galaxy+tab+4+hdmi+adapter
By Knight King Rendall on December 7, 2014
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the 64Gb micro SDXC from Sandisk works perfectly, and I might add...so does the Sandisk 128GB micro SDXC. I was a bit nervous/skeptical especially reading other reviewers comments here on Amazon as well as a chat session with Samsung, but I paid the $106 for a 128GB Sandisk micro SDXC and amazingly it works perfectly.
By jh on August 19, 2014
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From what I've seen you can get about 8-9 hours of regular use out of it. That's with playing games, surfing the net, and watching videos. It lasts longer of course if you're not doing anything that requires a lot of battery.
By Peter H on August 23, 2014
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The tablet i have purchased from Amazone is just a tablet but good tablet but not a phone
By Ali Nawaz on February 4, 2015