Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)

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  • This Certified Refurbished product has been tested and certified to work and look like new, with minimal to no signs of wear, by a specialized third-party seller approved by Amazon. The product is backed by a minimum 90-day warranty, and may arrive in a generic brown or white box….
Last updated on June 19, 2021 6:21 pm
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)


  • Android 4.4 Kit Kat OS, 1.9 GHz Exynos 5 Octa 5420 Processor (1.9 GHz Quad Core + 1.3 GHz Quad Core)
  • 16 GB Flash Memory, 3 GB RAM Memory
  • Camera: 8MP Rear with LED Flash + 2.1MP Front
  • Super AMOLED Display with 2560×1600 WQXGA Resolution
  • Features Ultra Power Saving Mode and Fingerprint Scanner
  • NOT 4g Compatible

Price History

Price history for Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5in 16GB Android Tablet - Titanium Gold (Renewed)
Latest updates:
  • $239.00 - June 19, 2021
  • $259.00 - May 20, 2021
  • $224.95 - April 16, 2021
Since: April 16, 2021
  • Highest Price: $259.00 - May 20, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $224.95 - April 16, 2021

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Specification: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)

Camera 8MP Rear with LED Flash + 2.1MP Front

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6 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)

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  1. Steven Shannon

    The tablet itself is great! Better than I thought it would be. However I feel like I am back in 1985. This particular device looks like it was use in a store as a demo model. Just like in the time of Ghost Busters, Marty McFly and the Gremlins, There are those tell tail signs of image burn in, or “image retention”, as it is now called. You know like those old orange and black CRT monitors that Kevin Flynn used before he was digitized? It looks like some omni present ghost of text long erased. This “ghost” is actually clear enough to read, with a light background. it reads “”Product design specifications, colors and user interface included in this video are subject to change without notice and may vary from those shown.” and “The availability of services may vary by country.” I have ordered a replacement, that I expect will be showroom perfect, but I would not expect this flaw with a “certified” refurbished product, I would however expect it with an in store demo machine.Other than this fatal flaw, this tablet is a dream. I am able to get a lot of work done on it. I bought it to upgrade from my now ancient Motorola Zoom. this tablet comes with a lot of extras too. Free subscription to evernote, The screen (other than the afore stated problem) is crisper than I have ever seen, it’s beautiful, Great, loud sound, and even the bass is OK. Another thing I like about this tablet is the fact that it vibrates, which I don’t think is a common feature. The battery is OK, it takes along time to charge when compared to the zoom, Almost 9 hours, when I revived it too full (the battery was all the way dead).Do I recommend this tablet? YES, YES, YES! … But don’t leave any one image on the screen for too long!!!Once I get the replacement, I will change my rating, if there are no other issues.– editSo I did get my replacement and I did change my rating for the better. This one doesn’t have any burn in issues … As of yet. Great tablet.

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  2. Animate Reality

    Before you buy BE WARNED!!!Square Deals states these are manufacturer refurbished tablets, and that was what I was expecting.The first one I got had some screen retention (burn in) on one side of the screen. On a dark background it wasnt that noticeable, but on a light or white background stuck out like a sore thumb. It clearly reads : “Product design, specifications,colors and user interface included in this video are subject to change without notice and may vary from those shown. The availability of services may vary by country.”Yes, that was permanately burned into the screen along one side. With AMOLED something like this can not be fixed without replacing the entire display. It is caused by showing the same image, over an extended period of time. Like a Demo model would.So I contacted Amazon, and as always they were great!! They rushed me a replacement ASAP.I was hoping/thinking this was something that just slipped through the cracks un-noticed.So the replacement came today, and that same writing is burned into the screen on the same side, but not nearly as noticeable. I could easily hide it if not for the fact the rest of the screen has a huge Samsung logo and some graphics burned into the screen covering the entire center. On Web pages, or any light background it can’t possibly be missed. It covers a good 50% of the screen.According to Samsungs official site:Each Samsung Certified Refurbished Product: is fully tested (including full burn-in testing, if applicable) is refurbished with replacement parts for any defective modules identified in testing. is put through a thorough cleaning process and inspection. is repackaged (including appropriate manuals, cables, new boxes, etc.).So Im a bit confused. This is advertised as manufacturer refurbished.Yet Samsung clearly states they are tested for this very issue and fixed. The also state NEW BOXES. My first one was in the original box, but scuffed up. The replacement (which was worse) came in a plain white box.Now, in regards to the Galaxy Tab s 10.5 itself, its a great tablet. And I do recommend the tablet itself.In regards to the Certified manufacter refurbished version sold by Square Deals: They could pass for a new one so long as no one actually looked to closely at the display to see the burn in. They seem to work well also, except that neither of the 2 I got have working headphone jacks. Burn in issue aside, they look and work good. Minus the headphone jack that doesn’t work.I have come to the conclusion these are NOT Samsung Refurbished products, but rather demo models that have simply been reset to factory default settings, thrown in a box as sold as Manufacturer Refurbished.If not Samsung, then what manufacturer are the referring to? And Certified by whom?If you do not mind the screen being permanantly damaged (I/e you can not fix it easily without replacement) and do not mind seeing the ghost image of a demo screen or text behind everything you do, the tablets themselves look good and perform well.I do wish Amazon would edit the description to state clearly these may not be Manufacturer refurbished as stated. Because nothing seems to follow Samsungs refurb guidlines here, and no sticker any marking showing otherwise. Just a tablet, and charger in different types of boxes.And its not fair to Amazon to keep sending replacements (paying shipping on each) until I receive one thats as advertised. Its not Amazons fault.Screen shots added. Note it looks worse in person than in the pictures. The 1st has the text on the side, clearly visible, near home button. The replacement has the same text to a lesser degree, but also the Galaxy logo and other graphics burned into the screen. Those are not shadows, but discoloration form the burn in.

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  3. roadforksyou

    Item came with substantial text burn in on the screen. Didn’t realize that these could even burn in – looks like its previous life was a demo tablet for a car company. Bottom left corner of screen has a disclaimer that shows up completely legible unless screen is black. Other image retention area in top left. Wish I would have noticed before I put a screen protector on – now I need to buy a new one of those too…

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  4. saeedtedny

    This tablet looks and feels premium. Performance feels a little janky which was a surprise, even when it was updated to 5.0 lollipop. I am upgrading from a Nexus 7 2013 and performance on that is better than this Galaxy Tab in terms of smoothness and speed . I had to adjust to the weight of this tablet, I risk hand strain whenever I hold it one handed. Seller described the device having minor screen burn-in which I think is a misrepresentation. There is a prominent ghosting of ‘Galaxy Tab’ that can be seen in the center of the screen on most things that you do. The only time that you can’t see it is when you are looking at dark colors. If you have a white background you can see there is more burn in on the bottom and right hand portion of the screen. Thankfully the burn-in of those images are not as prominent. I would say the burn-in covers 60% of the display. I got the system brand new which meant I got to take advantage of the goodies Samsung gives with their premium devices: 12 months premium Evernote, 6 month premium Pocket, Free books through Kindle, etc. Experience wise, the tablet has been a joy reading walking dead comics, binge-watching Daredevil, and playing GTA: San Andreas. Doing the above on battery I got 7 and a half hours of screen on time. The only problem was that damn screen burn-in. If I could do this all over again I would go for for the Dell Venue 8 7000. It also has an OLED display, feels premium, and takes SD cards. And It’s lighter to hold. Unless you really want a 10 inch screen then this is a good bet. Seller delivered item promptly and was willing to accept return due to the screen burn-in I reported above. Pros -Premium feeling -Samsung Swag -SD card slot -AMOLED screen – good battery performance Cons -Feels heavy – Screen Burn-in will Mar the experience – jittery performance

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  5. willlib-2736

    A little surprised when we turned the tablet on t mobile pops up. We didn’t think it was tied to any cellular service. It can still be used. We just can’t get rid of T mobile always being in the update. Kind of annoying…..but still works good.

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  6. antonapud_0

    10.5inch Amoled screen you can’t go wrong and just by virtue it is an amoled screen it mean the battery last longer, blacks are really black and you can use it outside with very less reflection. Multi user login features very important, also has kids mode too good Multi tasking features. IR blaster to control my entertainment unit, it can control my AV equipment. Micro SD Slot Simply perfect and I love it

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