WalkaboutWiFi.com: Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0/Review Posted in: Reviews | by Brian Taylor | 2019 Feb 24
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 SM-T337A
The tablet is almost identical with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A with a few exceptions. It comes in a plastic body with a pebbled surface. It has cameras on front and back. The same edge buttons for power/restart and volume. The buttons for (back, home, task) are on the
none (Samsung failed again)
802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4+5GHz?
frame (not the screen), which has some (advantages, disadvantages) over being on the screen. If you are like me and use the tablet while it's plugged in, you will want to hold the tablet with the charging cable pointed away from you. This puts the (back, home, task) buttons at the top edge in vertical mode. The home button is mechanically pressed, so it is possible to start the tablet while it is in the carrying case, which could cause overheating.
When this tablet came out, it promised a battery that could hold a charge for upto 10-12 hours, but I never got more than 4 hours.
Data Carriers: AT&T, MintMobile, will add more soon.
Overall it's a nice tablet, with a decent camera which allows you to tap the screen to focus on objects
With the missing compass, you will never be able to use Google Sky Map or Google maps 3d look around.