Samsung Galaxy Tab 620 / 7.0 Plus GT-P6200
Sleek and slim.
Very little lag.
Bright, colorful screen.
Lots of extra apps and interface enhancements.
Fast performance, portable.
Good battery life.
Peel Smart Remote App functionality.
Solid build, Well-rounded performance.
Still images could be better.
Awkward reliance on adapters.
Low screen resolution.
Poor sound-recording capabilities.
Pricey for a 7" tablet.
Sluggish performance at times.
Poor speaker location.
By TechTree on May 14, 2012
This tablet comes with a 4000 mAh, which lasts about five hours under heavy usage, that included viewing one movie of about two and a half hours, surfing the net, and playing games, with all the connectivity options turned on. For normal use, the tablet...60
By thestar.com.my on May 11, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is superior in every way to the original and a decent 7in Tablet. Honeycomb and the TouchWiz UX makes the Tablet easy to use, and it has plenty of other handy functions. The IR, for instance, turns the phone into a...70
By reviewed.com on April 03, 2012
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is great if you want an Android 3.2 device that won't break the bank and isn't terribly awkward to hold. It sacrifices nothing in the performance department, plus it can function as a universal remote....-
By Computer Shopper on February 13, 2012
This smart-looking 7-inch tablet has a great-looking screen and performs well, but its reliance on adapters and lack of dedicated USB and HDMI ports may leave you disconnected....60
By MobileTechReview on January 29, 2012
The Galaxy Tab 7 Plus is actually my favorite 7" Android tablet because it's thin, portable and extremely fast. The IR blaster and Peel AV Remote software make for great couch companions, and the tablet has a microSD card slot for expansion. The...60
By Tech2 on January 25, 2012
With a street price of Rs.26,000, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 620 is a real catch, considering that it’s currently the best feature packed tablet in the market that also supports voice calls over GSM networks. Other worthy adversaries are the HTC Flyer...75
By hardwarezone.com.sg on January 20, 2012
Although the late Steve Jobs once commented that seven-inch tablets are dead on arrival, it seems that they are surviving pretty well. While some seven-inch tablets failed to make an impact, Samsung Galaxy Tabs on the other hand appear to be very...80
By GSMArena on January 17, 2012
Seven-inch tablets may’ve been dead on arrival after all. We can think of at least a couple that match the description down to the body bag. In hindsight, we should’ve known better about the original Samsung Galaxy Tab. What we thought was the iPad...-
By AsiaOne on January 05, 2012
WITH mobility being the way of life, we add more to our “necessity list” each year as technology advances and players of the telecommunication market try to upstage each other.As we bring our communication tool each time we leave home, we also take...80
By Mobile88 on December 27, 2011
Offering a portable, rich multimedia experience on a , the GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus packs power and productivity into a chic light weight design. The runs Google AndroidTM Honeycomb, enabling an easy and intuitive user experience. The GALAXY Tab 7.0 Plus...-