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View Poll Results: Are you having issues with the Tab S
Yes - its laggy and not acceptable 20 37.04%
No - its amazing - I'm happy 34 62.96%
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[Q] Problems with lag - is this a widespread issue? POLL

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I'm impressed with how quick it is. Basically it's at the same level of smoothness and quickness as my note 10.1 2014 edition was, and that was rooted and customised with a custom rom. Really pleased this one feels as quick before I even root and make it quicker

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Originally Posted by Jonnyredcorn View Post
I did not know that...I thought all Pro models Wifi only or LTE had the snapdragon 800....looks like I might be returning the tablet still to wait for a price drop or to see if a community deveops. I'll tell you what though, screens like this will force the competion to release UDH screens now.

I gotta admitt though, this tablet runs just a smidge faster than my iPad 3rd generation(or iPad 2 w/ retnia). Apple is very good at keeping old hardware up to date...hell, its like 3 years old and I'm sure it's gonna get OS8. We will be lucky to see Android L.

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For those who enjoy the quick (and significant) page load bump you can get from disabling javascript while browsing, but still wish to retain javascript functionality when needed, you can assign a simple gesture to enable/disable javascript using Dolphin Browser. Quite handy. I leave javascript off by default but when I need it (as with this forum for instance), I just use a simple screen gesture and refresh the page. Beats going into settings each time.
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No lag here.
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I just needed root to do some typical Samsung debloating and everything has been running great.
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