The trend of having tablet is raising on the market, since compacts such as the iPad mini2, the Google Nexus7, and the Amazon Ki ndle Fire HDX7, and now with Apple’s much-rumored iPad maxi is on the horizon there is a new craze for super sized tablets and there is a big chance for them to take the hold nowadays. Samsung never sits behind those entire masters’s of technology devices, and they launched a wholly convincing compact tablet of their own. There is not any doubt for Cubot that its tablet would get a strong foothold in the fledgling maxi-tablet category with this new device Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
This is a formidable tablet in every way, it has premium spec sheet and an extensive list of software features that those familiar with the Note series will already be aware. If we talk about its size, we might describe it as very light and thin, because it is quite thinner than iPad mini. The problem out here is that if you want to hold it with one hand and with the other one to work on the screen it is a bit impossible. The device is asking from you to put it on your desk, or on your lap. This is a problem, because you cannot view full websites comfortably on a 7-inch tablet. This is not a tablet that you will want to take out somewhere with you, or take it off at the bus station. The bad thing about Samsung is that they have stacked with the same design repeatedly.
If we look at the Samsung Galaxy Note3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.2014, we will see that the designs are the same. You get the same glass-covered front, the same metallic look, which is more plastic, and the same slightly tacky faux-leather back covering. If we talk about physical buttons, we will see that Samsung really has an issue there. Port and button placement is Samsung’s standard, but you get familiar lozenge-shaped physical home key right below the screen, flanked by capacitive multi-tasking and back-up keys. We could see on the market that more manufactures are moving fast to Google’s button less approach, but we see that Samsung still has these good set of physical controls. As we have seen in the others Samsung devices, like the Galaxy Note 10.1 the power and volume buttons are flat and situated on the top edge. This is good because is letting you to hold the Note Pro 12.2 in landscape mode.
Maybe they could make these controls more slightly, defined but they got the score with their location because it is easy to reach them. There are some new standards, that boots file transfer speeds when hooked up to your PC. The great thing about this new device from Samsung is the camera. The camera on the Samsung Galaxy Pro 12.2 is really in great placing. It is at the top and centrally on the rear of the tablet, so that means that your fingers would not be anywhere near it when you pull the trigger. On the other hand, we could say, when you push the virtual shutter button.