Samsung Galaxy Tab Lands at Verizon Nov. 11 for $600
Verizon Wireless today announced that it will commence sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab product starting on November 11. The Android 2.2-based tablet, which has dual cameras, a 1GHz processor, and Verizon-branded service on board, will cost $600. Verizon Wireless doesn't mention if a rebate is involved.
Review: Samsung Galaxy J3 Eclipse for Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless sells the Samsung Galaxy J3 Eclipse, an entry-level device, for well under $200. This low-cost handset has a 5-inch screen, modern-ish design, and just enough of a spec sheet to keep things interesting.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 for Verizon Wireless
Verizon's version of the Galaxy S6 is a solid performer and Samsung's flagship is well matched with Big Red's network. This premium Android phone is well worth a look for the flagship shopper.
Review: Samsung Galaxy J7 V for Verizon Wireless
This mid-range Android handset is a throwback to Samsung's heritage line of smartphones. It offers a big screen and an even bigger battery wrapped up in a plastic shell.
Verizon Picks Up Samsung's Galaxy J3
Verizon Wireless has added the Samsung Galaxy J3 to its lineup of inexpensive smartphones. The J3, which has been for sale from Boost Mobile and other carriers since early this year, has a 5-inch 720p screen, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 16 GB (postpaid) or 8 GB (prepaid) of storage, 5-megapixel main camera with flash, 2-megapixel front camera, and 2,600mAh battery.
Verizon Prepaid Selling Samsung Galaxy J3 for $110
Verizon Wireless today made the Samsung Galaxy J3 available to its prepaid customers. The phone, which has been available from Boost Mobile since earlier this year, features a 5-inch HD screen, 5-megapixel camera, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 2,600mAh battery, and 8 GB of storage with support for memory cards up to 128 GB.
both are great
speaking of samsung...
Tablets in general tend to be pretty pricey.
Especially with the better layout of the X and nearly identical specs other than screen size.
If your going to get a tablet, why would you buy one roughly the size of your smartphone anyway?
And on top of that, are any applications on Android optimized for a tablet form yet? Is the OS, or even the skin adequately optimized for a tablet form? I'm thinking probably not, hence the smaller screen size than normal for a tablet.
Who knows. I'm still interested, just doubtful that it will be a huge success.
Froyo isn't optimized for tablets, but samsung spent some time reworking several key apps (email, calendar, etc) to make sure they look...
2) Who knows why they chose 7 inches. The iPad's screen size is about perfect- it doesn't feel like a 'portable-ized' device, but rather the best...