expired [Club Catch + UNiDAYS] Samsung 9.7” Tab S3 32GB Wi-Fi + Pen $539 Delivered @ Catch

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Features:

Samsung tablets
Model: 9.7-Inch Galaxy Tab S3 | SM-T820
Colour: Silver
Operating system: Android 7.0 (Nougat)
Processor: Snapdragon 820 processor
Display: 9.7” QXGA Super AMOLED display
Resolution: 1536 x 2048
Storage: 32GB
External memory support: Up to 256GB)
Memory: 4GB
Audio: Quad-speaker system for immersive sound
WiFi: Yes
Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB, WiFi
Camera: 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera
Sensors: N/A
Battery: 6000mAh
Battery life: Up to 12 hours of video playback
Dimensions (approx. cm): 23.73 x 16.9 x 0.6 cm (L x W x D)
Weight (approx.): 429g
Country of origin: N/A
12-MONTH MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

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  • +1 vote

    Here are some unidays codes if someone needs them

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  • -1 vote

    Made In China is a sure thing.

    In any case can you print with these WITH a cable, ie NON wireless?

    • +1 vote

      That's a very specific and strange question (to me at least) - but a quick google tells me you need a 'USB on-the-go' compatible device and a USB OTG cable to get wired printing to work via USB cable.

      You can also find reports of people claiming USB OTG works with their Tab S3, so I think the answer to your question is 'yes'!

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      As far as i know, most of the Samsung phones and tablets are made in Vietnam.

      And most of the Chinese don't buy Samsung products.

  • +1 vote

    Just my opinion: I managed to buy an iPad 9.7" 2018 + Apple Pencil for cheaper than that by price-beating with Officeworks. I'm an Android user (since 2012), but I had to go with Apple for my first tablet because of its quality as well as the re-sale price that it keeps compared to Android tablets. I am thoroughly happy with my purchase so far.

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      Agree. I think the only reason why anyone wants to buy this older tablet is:
      1. Expandable memory
      2. Screen (Amoled)

      But.., I will still go with ipad (I'm an Android user using Galaxy Note, Note 5, Note 8 btw).

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        1. Dislikes using/getting another set of Lightning connector
        2. Dislikes having to purchase/maintain the same set of apps

        Previous owner of iPad 1st Gen and Nexus 7 here. Just like you I prefer the iPad but I'll wait (or hoping) for the iPad to go USB-C's way.

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        And if they prefer more freedom in accessing your folders. I prefer iPad as well since it feels much more intuitive and the UI is very well though out

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    Is this a bargain?? Looking to replace my mums Tab S1

  •  

    Not that much more expensive to get S4 which will have more GB, and updated specs and os.

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      Scored myself a tab s4 256gb lte version from gumtree for $600.. 2 months old and came with receipt.

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        Nice. I got the same model but brand new for $810 and I paid via discounted ebay cards, so $730.

        The only complaint I have is that the pen isn't magnetic. So unless you got the cover (which I did) there's nowhere to put the pen.

        It's a gorgeous screen, and it doesn't have the annoyances of walled gardens, which is refreshing as an iPad user.

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    Mediapad m5 not a better buy?

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      8.4". Also, no one other than Samsung makes OLED tablets.

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        There's a 10.8" version of the M5. Never really liked the cranked up contrast Samsung does on oled but that's personal pref. Speakers on Huawei tablets are unparalleled, even compared to ipads