The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, the Galaxy Tab S and the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro receive generally good reviews from technology editors and end users alike, as of 2015. The tablets’ strong points include good tablet for buyers on a budget (Galaxy Tab 4), good screen and processor power (Galaxy Tab S) and software perks such as TouchWiz (Galaxy Tab Pro).
Touted as a high-end, business-user experience, the Galaxy Tab Pro is a sexier version of the working man’s tablet, sporting a faux leather back that’s more comfortable and easier to grip, more free business apps and a microSD card expansion slot in the bezel. It’s received good reviews for its bigger, brighter screen and TouchWiz, an interface with more customizable settings than the Android operating system.
Designed to compete with Apple’s iPad, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S receives good reviews for its fast processors (1.3 or 1.9 GHz), 3 GB of RAM and 8 MP onboard camera. In addition, it receives high marks for battery life and slim design as well as its performance during gaming. A more affordable alternative to the Tab Pro and the Tab S, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 gets good reviews for its compact size and serviceability, The Galaxy Tab 4 gets good reviews for a consistent (if not flashy) PDA good for email and light office work.