Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1” Verizon 4G LTE Edition Review


Matthew reviews the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1” Android tablet with Verizon’s 4G LTE.  It’s identical to the Wifi version reviewed back in June.  The Galaxy Tab 10.1” runs a dual core Tegra CPU clocked at 1Ghz, Android 3.1 Honeycomb, has a 3 megapixel camera, WiFi, bluetooth, GPS and flash.  Check out the Review below.

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  • Damon Aldora


    just received my LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 from Verizon and this thing is

    ridiculously fast. I have downloaded quite a few apps and songs, each taking no

    more than 10 seconds to download. I’ll admit, it was a bit expensive, but I

    think it is definitely worth the price now. LTE is something that I will use a

    lot, since I love streaming movies and shows using the DISH Remote Access app.

    It is really cool being able to stream live TV and recorded shows from my Sling

    Adapter-connected receiver to my Galaxy Tab. Since the screen is so huge, those

    movies look fantastic in HD. Working for DISH, I have had a lot of time to work

    with the app, and it is one of my favorite apps. Being able to use LTE on this

    is fantastic and I am looking forward to using my Galaxy Tab everywhere I go!