Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 SM-T325 review- great hardware, questionable software.



Let’s see if we can do this review without mentioning the word “iPad”.

Seriously though, we’ll try. Because we want to be as impartial as possible. As usual.

The Tab Pro 8.4 is like a breath of fresh air. And that’s saying something considering this is a Samsung product. Surely, them churning out similar looking devices with minor variances gets a little tiring for consumers? Their Touchwiz has remained largely unchanged throughout the years and their overall design choices have never been to everyone’s liking.
This though, is also Sammy’s winning strategy so far.
Anyway, you’ll be pleased to know that these facts generally stays true for Samsung’s 2014 efforts. Touchwiz is still very much alive, build materials are still plastic all the way,
And yet, there’s something different about the Tab Pro 8.4. We’re here to show you what the total package means to the consumer.

Specs that matter
Display: 8.4 inch Super LCD, resolution 1600×2500 at 359 ppi
OS: Android 4.4 kitkat
Processor: Snapdragon 800, Quadcore 2.3Ghz
Memory: 2 GBs of RAM
Battery capacity: 4800 mAh
Sensors: GPS, Infrared

Price: USD $369~



+++++ gorgeous colours, wide gamut, and most importantly, colours that look natural.

+++++ 359 ppi is a very high pixel density and this means you’re never going to find any jaggies anywhere.

No black bars for 16:10 video clips

+++++ due to the display’s 16:10 aspect ratio, watching HD content is most suitable



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