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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateAug 2011
Processor frequency1 GHz
Processor cores2
Display diagonal25.6 cm (10.1")
Display resolution1280 x 800 pixels
LED backlightYes
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Native aspect ratio16:10
Top Wi-Fi standardWi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version3.0+HS
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Internal storage capacity16 GB
Storage mediaFlash
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version3.1
Battery capacity7000 mAh
Form factorSlate
Product colourWhite
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Google applicationsGmail, Google Calendar, Google Latitude, Google Maps, Google Places, Google Talk, YouTube

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
Reviewed on 2013-07-22
Each great Samsung device has at least one feature that justifies its existence beyond a decimal difference in screen size. The Note 10.1 has a great stylus, the Galaxy S4 has a laundry list of software tweaks. But Samsung seems to have taken a different ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-05
First 4G LTE tablet on U.S. Cellular. Less expensive than the Verizon version.
Limited, inflexible service plans. Not running Android 4.0. Limited Android tablet app selection
U.S. Cellular subscribers love their carrier, and they'll probably love it more with 4G LTE. But the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ($399-499) isn't the best way to keep the love flowing. While it's the first tablet to use the super-fast network on the nati...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-29
By now, we all realize the advantage of having our smartphones on us at all times, especially when the opportunity comes around to snap up a shot of some kind. Obviously, thanks to the portability of our modern smartphones, we’re able to quickly captu...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-19
Now that the iPad 2 has made way for its successor in the new iPad, it’s only fitting to pit Apple’s latest baby against the horde of competition that are already littered across the tablet landscape. Rising above most other things, the Samsung Galax...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-14
It's no secret that tablet makers are having a hard time competing with Apple in this still nascent market. In fact, the iPad is selling so well that it surpassed the number of PCs shipped by any individual PC manufacturer over the last quarter of 2011 --...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-01
and LooksThis is highly subjective and we like the look of both tablets. Samsung goes with the iPad 2's minimalist and sleek design. The back is plastic and that won't excite quality mavens, but it's a very good looking, slim and light tablet.The Droid X...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-13
With the holiday season just around the corner two popular Honeycomb tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the LG G-Slate 4G (T-Mobile) are heating up the competition as both devices promise to be showstoppers in their respective categories. If you sti...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-05
Tablets are hot — and everywhere. But choosing one is easier than you’d think Everyone can offer features, but who gives you the best access to streaming and downloadable content? Enlarge PORTABLE ENTERTAINMENT. It started with the Walkman and was revolu...
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Reviewed on 2011-11-12
The screen is nice and big, Video chat is awesome, Plenty of room to do it all, Browsing is the best on a tablet
It feels a bit too thin sometimes, TouchWiz could kill it, Conclusions & Final Thoughts, I love this tablet, it is not for taking everywhere and it is not for being rough with but it is great. It is a great build quality, being too thing is one of its onl...
I was so excited to get this. I have had it a good long time and I am quite sad to give it up. I had heard many times that it was quite comparable to the iPad, even after some screen issues with the glass popping out of the bezel (taken care of now). I st...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-04
The iPad 2 enjoys the benefit of being one generation ahead of everyone else. But what happens when the competition catches up? Samsung's Galaxy ......
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Reviewed on 2011-09-30
Before we get rolling with this review, I want to get one thing out in the open: I don't like cases. On any of my devices. They add bulk, restrict access to certain elements of the hardware (in some situations), and are just all around inconvenient. Ho...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-22
Samsung's Galaxy Tab line is arguably one of the most successful series of Android tablets out on the market today. There are definitely others, but they simply haven't taken off like the Galaxy Tab. That might be, at least in part, due to the massive ran...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-16
Excellent Android 3.1 experience, Solid hardware, Extremely fast Internet via LTE, Attractive display
Late to get TouchWiz, Android 3.2, Expensive standalone LTE plans
Several months ago we took a close look at the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which represents Samsung's answer to the iPad 2. The device offered some of the best features among Android-based tablets, but without any particularly stellar capabilities compared to Apple'...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-02
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Reviewed on 2011-09-02
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 is currently the most compact tablet in its class, but Transformer TF101 boasts better connectivity. Asus’ docking station also comes with a battery that extends...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-26
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 that just landed on Verizon beat the Motorola XOOM to market as the world's first 4G LTE tablet. It also managed to sneak in at cheaper price points, a lighter weight, skinnier build and with varying storage sizes and colors. A...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-18
Back in December of last year, I had the opportunity to review Samsung’s first Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7″. I liked it well enough, but ended my review saying that I really wanted an iPad sized Android tablet because a 10″ screen is the sweet spo...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-15
Using a tablet outside of the home in areas where WiFi isn't prevalent is unbelievably frustrating. Sure it's nicer to use the larger screen of a tablet compared to a smartphone, but only if you can actually browse the web and check email on it. I suspect...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-12
Advertisement, Advertisement, While stock Honeycomb opts for a darker, colder, more futuristic feel, Touchwiz UX is bright and inviting. It wouldn't look out of place at a family breakfast table. Settings menus and keyboard are now a whitish-grey. Fonts h...
The Touchwiz UX is ultimately superficial. It opts for flourishes rather than revamps. If you had fundamental issues with Honeycomb before, this won't do much to change your mind. Beyond the homescreen and settings menu, there's not much that feels differ...
The funny thing about the small army of Android tablets that've come out over the last few months is that they've all been nearly exactly the same, software-wise. With TouchWiz, Samsung's the first to tweak Google's Honeycomb to its own, different whims.N...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-11
Attractive, slim design, Snappy overall performance, Fast 4G LTE data access, Bright, colorful display, Solid audio quality,
Short battery life over 4G, Expensive over two years, Tethering and HotSpot services pricey
Compare to SimilarMotorola Xoom (Verizon)ASUS Eee Pad TransformerSamsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Wi-Fi) 2Samsung has done the best job thus far of challenging the iPad 2's supremacy, and a new adversary has now landed on Verizon Wireless. Not only is this 10-...
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