Galaxy Tab 10.1 Samsung 4G LTE for Verizon Review –

admin | September 11, 2011 | 29 Comments Twitter: Facebook: Empire Avenue: Hardware & Design Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE comes with almost the same design to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi reviewed earlier . The screen is 10.1 capacitive touch screen that looks great. Above the screen is a 2 MP VGA camera. On the sides are speakers and volume switch. On the bottom side has its own connection, and on top of a 3.5 mm jack for headphones and a SIM card slot. On the back of the tablet is brushed finished and 3 MP camera with LED flash and video recording 720p. It’s the same camera as Wi-Fi version of the tablet and look at the video sample below and click on the link to view the original review to see test photos. All other specifications are the same as before with 1 GHz Dual Core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 16GB of internal memory. Software and usability Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb stock. There is no customization or add software to Verizon. We know what Android offers a honeycomb in the program so I will not repeat it, but we’ll talk about a major change in the 4G LTE data rates. Blazing fast data is here. Web browsing with the speed it feels like you are using the Web to the desktop. Using streaming music services such as Google Beta are smooth, without delay. Battery life is a little less on the tablet, because 4G data, but it is a little different and
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  1. jarmainc says:


  2. CoDBoSkillz says:


  3. robertdevald says:


  4. wirefly says:

    @IamAmazing2011 I have a two-part review of the DROID Bionic that I plan to upload in the next couple of hours. The second part covers speed and gaming, so you’ll have to wait a little longer for it to be loaded. The latest it will be ready is tomorrow morning.

    Bob at Wirefly

  5. IamAmazing2011 says:

    how is this phone in speed and gaming?

  6. redchaud says:

    thanks dude
    hell, im impressed ~ im rocking a bb bold now; any android is better for me!

  7. TheLadedaman says:

    @xiKUDx not only does it have 3g, you can switch to 3g even if you are in a 4g area to save data

  8. roberttko24 says:

    I just found an app that u can switch from 4g to 3g might help a little with the battery

  9. pyro74boy says:

    IPHONE KILLER for sure Apple =FAIL

  10. wirefly says:

    @mkm860 Look down about eight comments.

    Bob at Wirefly

  11. pbmdh says:

    @mkm860 Why would the SIM not be included with the phone?

  12. mkm860 says:

    is the sim included with the phone or seperate purchase?

  13. 210772106 says:

    same box as my droid charge

  14. wirefly says:

    @xiKUDx Yes. The DROID Bionic will do both 3G and 4G.

    Bob at Wirefly

  15. grillmasterweber says:

    @DAYTIME504 no its the same… as long as you had unlimited data before they switched to capped you get to keep the unlimited whether its 3g/4g

  16. xiKUDx says:

    Is it 3G also?

  17. pabellony says:


  18. wirefly says:

    @DAYTIME504 I hate to be vague, but plans have changed a lot in the past couple of months and I’m really not the cost person. You could call Wirefly at 800-552-9000 and ask for the prices of various plans. Whatever the monthly plans cost at Verizon, that’s what they will cost through Wirefly.

    Bob at Wirefly

  19. plwl19 says:

    Too many droids look alike…no individuality…I’m so glad I’m upgrading out of the droid family..PS: I like the separate plastic bag for the plastic backing. Good review though bro. Really informative for sure! Hope you guys do the Iphone 5 too!

  20. DAYTIME504 says:

    @wirefly i already have a regular unlimited data plan…so that means i have to pay extra for the 4g data plan?

  21. wirefly says:

    @Metalmandy8 The DROID Bionic is discounted on Wirefly right now…

    Bob at Wirefly

  22. wirefly says:

    @DAYTIME504 The LTE SIM card? It comes with your data plan. You have to get a 4G data plan for the DROID Bionic, and the SIM will be sent to you with the phone. There’s no extra charge for the SIM besides your monthly 4G data plan.

    Bob at Wirefly

  23. DAYTIME504 says:

    soooo how much is the sim card???

  24. Metalmandy8 says:

    I need it. I have the original droid and I’m totally ready to upgrade finally :) Kinda debating if I wanted to wait to get it at Costco for cheaper pricing and free accessories early next week when they get it or if I want to go to Verizon today xD

  25. CassieDynomite says:


  26. swiggy112990 says:

    My thunderbolt can turn on n off the 4G n it does not lag. Super crazy fast may I add…I love it

  27. amathew711 says:

    @shehryarasghar epic would rape that 1 ghz dual core with its 1.2. if only touchwiz wasnt so damn ugly..still i think raw processing speeds are what matter to me so eh

  28. amathew711 says:

    @xWiSEBEASTx no its just the type of connection for example sprint is on wimax. it really doesnt make a difference what its called..well for the average person it doesnt.

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