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Android Police

A good tablet with a bad price

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Android Police
The Tab S3 has a fabulous screen with lovely colors, support for HDR video, and quad speakers. This could shape up to be a fantastic media consumption device. It's also got the cool (more comfortable) S Pen that makes it good for taking notes. Performance has also improved over other recent Samsung devices. The fingerprint sensor is faster, too... Full review
TrustedReviews

One of the best small phones on the market

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017)

from TrustedReviews
Bang for your buck?The Samsung Galaxy A3 is a nice phone. All that glass and metal is likely to convince many that it’s worth the high asking price. If all you want is an unobtrusive, well-made handset then the Galaxy A3 is a safe bet. However, if you’re the kind to shop around, are a big gamer, or tend to read/watch a lot of content on your phone, then it's possible to get more for your money. The obvious alternative is the Lenovo Moto G5 Plus, which has a sharper screen for a lower price... Full review
Android Authority

A media consuming tablet first and foremost

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Android Authority
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 is a beautiful, well-built specification powerhouse that's perfect for consuming all types of media. But in a market where the iPad Pro and numerous high-end Windows 10 tablets exist, it's hard to justify the Tab S3's $600 price point... Full review
Laptop Magazine

Premium design, performance is quite good

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Laptop Magazine
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has a lot of stand-out features, including its superb AMOLED screen with support for HDR content, precise handwriting and drawing capabilities via the included S Pen, and gorgeous glass-and-metal design. But I'm not so sure the Tab S3 -- or any other tablet -- is worth $600. That's a ton of money to spend on a device you use to stream Netflix and sketch notes... Full review
Venture Beat

This great iPad Pro competitor is worth $600

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Venture Beat
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is a useful tablet that is worth carrying around while on the go. If you had its predecessor, the Tab S2, you might encounter some sticker shock when considering an upgrade — the S3 is $600, while the S2 was $400. However, if you think of the S3 as a competitor to the Surface Book 4 and the iPad Pro, the price is pretty comparable, and it’s an Android device... Full review
Ars Technica

The high price of a well-rounded Android tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Ars Technica
The Galaxy Tab S3 is unquestionably a more capable and more versatile tablet than the Tab S2. It performs better than Samsung's previous device, has a sleeker look and feel, benefits from the included S Pen, and offers more for current Galaxy smartphone users with features like Samsung Flow. Aside from its unique features, the Tab S3 won't break a sweat while it lets you easily watch Netflix, stream Spotify, sketch artwork, and do basic Web browsing... Full review
Cnet

Samsung's best tablet screen is a sight to behold

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Cnet
Samsung packs buzz-worthy features like S Pen and HDR support into its new premium Galaxy Tab S3, but without a keyboard packed in, it's still more about content consumption than creation... Full review
SlashGear

Feels like a high-end device

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from SlashGear
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is as close to the Galaxy Note 7 as we’re going to get – until the Galaxy Note 8 arrives later this year. As a note taking, media presenting, top-notch entertainment tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3 is one of the best on the market today. For those in the Samsung device ecosystem of smart devices, this tablet has great potential as a sweet-spot between smartphone and PC – ideal for evening couch-time use... Full review
The Next Web

A premium (if flawed) Android tablet experience

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from The Next Web

I’ve been a bit harsh on some aspects the Tab S3, but don’t get me wrong: it’s one of the best Android tablets you can buy. It’s only real competition is the Pixel C, and the Tab S3 still has important advantages like stylus support and a better display. The Tab S3 isn’t revolutionary, but it’s an all around solid Android tablet effort. It’s expensive, but it’s also an easy recommendation if you’re invested in Google’s ecosystem and are looking for a new tablet, whether that’s to watch Netflix or even get some real work done.... Full review

Ars Technica

A worthy upgrade, but more of the same

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7

from Ars Technica
The Galaxy Tab S3 is unquestionably a more capable and more versatile tablet than the Tab S2. It performs better than Samsung's previous device, has a sleeker look and feel, benefits from the included S Pen, and offers more for current Galaxy smartphone users with features like Samsung Flow. Aside from its unique features, the Tab S3 won't break a sweat while it lets you easily watch Netflix, stream Spotify, sketch artwork, and do basic Web browsing... Full review
I have had mine for about 6 months and the screen has already gone out.  I have resisted getting a touch phone for a long time after the last one I had went out in three months.  As I need this phone for work this is a big disappointment.

I have had mine for about 6 months and the screen has already gone out.  I have resisted getting a touch phone for a long time after the last one I had went out in three months.  As I need this phone for work this is a big disappointment.

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It has all sorts of problems

It has all sorts of problems

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The phone lacks sufficient space for anything. The screen is terrible unless the brightness is high. It is a totally fragile phone without a good case. 

The phone lacks sufficient space for anything. The screen is terrible unless the brightness is high. It is a totally fragile phone without a good case. 

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Adriane

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

Tried 2 of this model and no one can hear you while speaking on the phone..sounds like you're in a toilet

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I got this phone less then six months ago. And I literally dropped once. And the Damon screen broke. And that was with a protective case on it not impressed

I got this phone less then six months ago. And I literally dropped once. And the Damon screen broke. And that was with a protective case on it not impressed

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This phone constantly freeze even when I'm not using any of the app. Don't buy this phone!!

This phone constantly freeze even when I'm not using any of the app. Don't buy this phone!!

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Disappointed

Don't bother

Samsung Convoy 4

Bought Convoy 4 three months ago. It would go in and out of service when I was sitting in the house. The wallpaper would change on its own. It would lose my pictures and videos. If you take the batter or sim card out and put it back in the pix returned, but this happened every day. The time shown wh... More

Bought Convoy 4 three months ago. It would go in and out of service when I was sitting in the house. The wallpaper would change on its own. It would lose my pictures and videos. If you take the batter or sim card out and put it back in the pix returned, but this happened every day. The time shown when you first opened the phone was the time that you previously opened the phone, not the current time. I took the phone back to the store and they sent for a replacement. I have had the replacement for 4 days. It doesn't go in and out of service but it has all the other problems and a few more. After transferring contacts, I had several listed as unknown. All my frequently called numbers were not transferred. I input the missing numbers, but when I get texts from those people it states unknown. When I open the phone it doesn't show the main screen, but some nuance screen with a voice. Then it goes to a menu until I press ok before the main screen comes on. I have tried to change this, but nothing seems to work. When I get a text it reads it to me. I don't want a talking phone in public. How do I turn it off? I am going back to the phone store tomorrow.

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Sharonzilla

I dropped it after a week

Samsung Galaxy J5

I have had a Sansumg Galaxy Ace for years dropped it loads of times without problem, it was built like a tank. The Sansumg J5 is very plasticy, it slipped out of my hands, it was not a heavy fall it did not even mark the phone, now the screen is blank despite trying to reset it.

I have had a Sansumg Galaxy Ace for years dropped it loads of times without problem, it was built like a tank. The Sansumg J5 is very plasticy, it slipped out of my hands, it was not a heavy fall it did not even mark the phone, now the screen is blank despite trying to reset it.

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