Oct 27, 2016 08:24 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen: 3 Reasons Not to Buy Just Yet [VIDEO]
Samsung has been making news with its Galaxy Note 7 recall but the Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen might become the new star after its launch. If you are looking for a tablet for work, it is better to wait because of these few reasons.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen is okay
When the specs of Galaxy Tab A with S Pen announced, the conclusion is that Samsung does bring many upgrades to the tablet. For instance, a larger screen and a sharper display resolution, are the two key specs of the new Tab A, CNET has learned. Another thing is the S Pen, which is said to enhance the multitasking experience that makes work and play more convenient.
From this point, Galaxy Tab A with S Pen seems to be a good buy for those who wish to upgrade, but let's not forget about the Apple Pencil, rumored to be introduced with the new Macs. It is reported that the stylus will not be limited to specific apps and Apple has also been working on trackpad that can be compatible with a stylus.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen has 3 GB of RAM
A 3GB RAM is not a spacious storage for a tablet. The Surface Pro 4 rocks 4GB of RAM the least, and to make multitasking better than ever, bigger RAM is quite necessary. The current iPad Pro has 4GB RAM and there is a huge chance that Apple might bring an upgrade in the storage for the upcoming 10.1-inch iPad Pro 2.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen has an average battery capacity of 7,300mAh
Comparing the Tab A to iPad Pro, Apple iPad Pro battery lasts for 24 hours for moderate use and until we get our hands on the new Galaxy Tab A, the claim of 13 hours of video playback is questioned. The tablet will hit the United States on Oct. 28 for $349.99.
For a full technical specifications and review of Galaxy Tab A 10.1-inch with S Pen, click here.