Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Review: Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 is a premium (if flawed) Android tablet experience

As potent and popular as Android phones may be, Android tablets have never quite captured the simplicity, power, and design chops of the iPad. That’s not for lack of trying. Google’s Pixel C arguably came closest, but was hampered by an OS poorly optimized for a larger screen (Nougat helped, though it was too late by then ). But no one has tried harder than Samsung has with its Galaxy Tab Series. This time around the company is approaching its tablet line a little bit differently, aiming for a more premium design and productivity instead of just being a giant,…

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