To put it simply, the Galaxy Tab 4 has a lot to like at a price that has finally adjusted for the market. When it first debuted, it was a bit expensive; however, the price has come down substantially, making the Tab 4 a great value, given all it offers.
One example would be the quad-core processor and Android 4.4 OS. Combined, these components make the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 extremely fast, whether you’re watching a movie on it or utilizing its Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities to use it as a universal remote for your television. Plus, with its microSD card expansion slot, you can always add to the amount of storage it’s capable of.
This tablet is made with three buttons at the bottom like other Samsung models, instead of just the one, to aid with navigation. Although this may seem unnecessary, the benefit is that it gives the user more screen to use. This is extremely handy when playing a game where every pixel could make a difference.
The tablet’s shape is rectangular with rounded edges, which makes it very easy to manage and comfortable to hold.
Samsung made the Galaxy Tab 4 to be extremely user-friendly. The Android 4.4.2 runs well and, at the beginning, will provide the user with plenty of pop up windows that show them how the device works.