Samsung Galaxy Wifi 4.0/5.0

Discussion in 'Android' started by Majorami, Jan 5, 2012.

  1. Majorami
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    Is it worth it?

    $200 for the 4inch screen, $240 for the 5inch. They share identicle hardware specs minus the screen size and battery life. The 5.0 has a larger battery capacity. Its basically an Android phone without the phone. Full access to all/most android apps, blutooth, GPS, flash-enabled internet browsing, 8GB + expandable storage, the works... All without a contract....

    But is it worth it?

    I read a review somewhere that the sound quality isn't the best (although I read only one), however it is one of the few flash supported personal media players that support FLAC file types (without 3rd party software). Does anyone know if a 5 inch screen fits well in a pocket? or that if a newer, better android, flash supported media player is comming to the market?
     
  2. pokefloote

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    I've never heard of this, this sounds really cool.
    I had a little Archos "tablet", basically like this but without nice specs.
    I'd say it's worth it if you don't need it to be a phone and just want games / a handheld computer. But I'm kind of an Android fanatic, haha.
     
  3. chris888222

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    I dunno you, but I'd rather get Kindle Fire.
     
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    Yes, good price for an amazing tablet. I second this.
     
  5. Majorami
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    How well does it fit in your pocket? I looked into Fire already but I'm interested in something does everything the NDS/3DS can't, while still being just as portable. Will it fit in a pair of work khakis while not limiting my mobility of crouching?


     
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    Somewhere near monkat
    It's the only noteworthy iPod Touch competitor out there, but honestly I'd recommend the iPod Touch over it.
     
  7. Majorami
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    Well there are only two non-phone PMP's that support Android and the phillips one isn't all that hardware speccy or supports Flash.

    Theres also a supposably rumored new Zune thats supposed to support Window Phone 7 OS... but... it supports Windows Phone 7 OS...