Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4
83
Based on 39 scores, 69 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    18
  • Good:
    19
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Beautiful high resolution display.
  • Compelling productivity apps.
  • Engaging Magazine UX.

Cons:

  • Mediocre audio.
  • Much shorter battery life than rivals.

Expert reviews and ratings

By reviewed.com on 87

Tablets are really starting to come into their own, and there's very rarely an instance of a "bad tablet" anymore. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro is a great illustration of this: Even though it doesn't score all that well in comparison to the other flagship...

By Computer Shopper on 80

With a high-res display and sprightly design, the Tab Pro 8.4 is a compelling Android tablet, though tempered by its price and battery life—and the looming Tab S. Read...

By mashable.com on

Mobile device appellations bear little relevance to the device itself. By naming its latest mid-sized tablet the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (officially the SM-T320, $399.99, discounted to $369.99), Samsung gives us at least a clue to its intended usage and...

By makeuseof.com on

Rejoice! Samsung has released a new line of Samsung Galaxy tablets, and they boast some impressive hardware specifications that are sure to get your attention. But that begs several questions: What's different? Is the hardware really that impressive?...

By NotebookCheck on 89

Jack of all trades: Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Samsung has been following the strategy of launching many different models on the market to satisfy every customer for some time. This time, it was Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 inch model that underwent our extensive tests....

By tech.uk.msn.com on 80

So, near and yet so far. It's a very nice tablet for fun and games but business side of things needs rethinking. Still a good buy but far from...

By Wired UK on 90

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro a very good mid-sized tablet, but so is the Google Nexus 7 , and it costs a good £100 less. Still, for a midrange tablet you get a stonking screen and extremely powerful processor with a pretty good camera thrown in. Not bad...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

With its all-screen, thin-and-light design, and fast performance levels, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is easily one of the finest small-screen Android tablets around. The big problem is that it's priced to compete with the iPad mini with Retina,...

By gizmag.com on

Last year Samsung launched a couple of solid tablets that were aimed squarely at the iPad mini . But this year we finally have one that can make a case for itself as the best small-sized tablet around. Join Gizmag, as we review Samsung's first premium...

By Know Your Mobile on

The thing about the Tab Pro 8.4 which hits you immediately is that Samsung has continued to do what we previously saw on the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, that is, shrink the device down as much as possible so that you get more screen and less bezel....

By AnandTech on

I can definitely recommend both of these tablets. We'll likely see additional competition in the coming months, but until we get the next generation SoCs I don't think you'll see anything clearly faster/better than the Galaxy Pro line. Now if they could just reduce the price a bit, it would be a much easier recommendation.

By Stuff.tv on 80

Open Gallery In a world of cheapo-tabs a £350 slate has to go some way to convince gadgeteers that it's worth the extra spend. On paper the TabPro is just about there - it's got an amazingly sharp screen, is stuffed full of classy components,...

By IT PRO on 80

The Galaxy Tab Pro is a brilliant all-rounder and is tailored for enterprise usage. But the battery life is disappointing and it's not...

By TechRadar AU on 80

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 won't be the one grabbing the headlines in the new Tab Pro range, I suspect, but it's arguably the best of the lot. Condensed down to this size, the WQXGA display renders everything in super-sharp detail, while the...

By Pocket-lint on 90

There's a lot of great features on the Samsung Galaxy TabPro 8.4. It is well built, slim and light, offering all-day battery life, great internal hardware and some useful software tweaks. Although Samsung has set up the new Magazine UX system...

By Pocketnow on 85

In all, the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 is an impressive little tablet. The power and beautiful display it packs into such a compact package are praiseworthy, even if we would prefer to see Samsung up its game in terms of materials used or the cohesiveness of...

By PC Pro on 83

Another brilliant Android tablet from Samsung; a little pricey, though, and the magazine interface needs...

By androidauthority.com on

Priced at $399, you are definitely paying for a premium tablet, but it does live up to its price tag. The Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 provides all of the power the PRO name suggests, while keeping it all in a manageable size. While the tablet will let...

By CNET Australia on 80

The premium specs and high-end feel of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 make it well worth the high...

By Phone Arena on

With a starting price of $400 (in the US), the Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4 is among the most expensive tablets of this caliber. It costs as much as a 2-gen iPad mini and $100 more than an LG G Pad 8.3, for that matter. But is this rather steep price...