The Tab 2 310 comes with a 3 megapixel rear camera, which captures more noise than detail. Autofocus isn’t present and there’s no LED flash, either, so indoor shots are an absolute no-go. It’s best reserved for casual shooting and there’s not much to boast about in this department. It also has a front camera for video calling, which works as expected.
Noise creeps into images
Poor indoor shots
Video recording is possible at 720p, but we had big issues focussing. A lot of noise crept into the video, making it difficult to get the desired result. We’ve seen a lot of devices more capable than this one and we’d recommend you don’t rely on the 310’s camera.
While the camera section was a big downer, the Tab 2 310 manages to lift spirits by staying powered for a long time. It comes with a 4000mAh battery and in our video drain test, it lasted for 9 hours 20 minutes at a stretch. This was with brightness set to 75 percent, Wi-Fi turned off and without a SIM card. Under normal usage, you’ll be able to get more than a day’s worth. If you are using 3G services, the number will drop, though.
Worth a buy?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 310 is priced at Rs. 19,900 (MRP). Besides the camera, Samsung has managed to get everything correct with the Tab 2 310, including the price tag. Currently, in this price bracket, there’s not much to compete against it, so if you’re looking forward to purchasing a portable 3G tablet under 20k, look no further than this one.
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