Samsung has played a major role in bringing affordable tablet computing into an ever increasing number of households, doing it’s best to produce devices that are significantly more powerful than the cheapest, non-branded tablets, with only a slight difference in expense. Identifying a trend that Apple only caught up with recently, Samsung have realized that people – and families – have different expectations from their tablets according to how they intend to use them.
For example a single person may be happy with a smaller screen at a more affordable price (Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0) for reading, gaming and watching video; whereas a family who may be sharing the device together will be better suited to the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 thanks to it’s larger screen. This review is going to focus on the former and consider how the product weighs up not just according to it’s stand-alone specifications, but also as compared to it’s brother the 10.0 and, ultimately, how far the device offers true value for money.
Tab 4 Key Features & Factors To Consider
As should be expected Samsung have incorporated as much power as could be expected for a comparatively low priced tablet, thanks to their standing as one of the largest and most innovative developers in portable technology. However this doesn’t mean unfortunately that it’s chasing those leading the pack, if anything it is rather underpowered compared to the latest releases. But bear in mind it is around a third of the price – and is still overall a perfectly functional and capable device.