Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S7, S7+; Its most powerful Android tablets – Times of India

Samsung at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event launched the new Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets. Claiming it to be one of the most powerful Android tablets that it has created, the new Tab S7 and S7+ aim to offer PC-level productivity with an improved keyboard experience and S-Pen capabilities that are similar to the Galaxy Note 20 series phones. Note that both S-Pen and keyboard cover are sold separately.
Both the tablets come in three variants: Wi-Fi only, LTE and 5G.The Wi-Fi variant of the Tab S7 costs $649 while the S7+ costs $849. The LTE models of Tab S7 and S7+ costs $749 and $949 respectively while the top-end 5G versions of the Tab S7 and S7+ is priced at $849 and $1,049.
The Tab S7 comes with a 11-inch screen with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, LTPS TFT and up to 120Hz refresh rate while the Tab S7+ has a 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display with 2800×1752 pixels resolution and up to 120Hz refresh rate.
Running Android 10 operating system, both the models come with a 7nm 64-bit octa-core processor with 6GB + 128GB or 8GB +256GB memory options. Both the models support up to 1TB microSD cards.
At the back, both Tab S7 and S7+ feature a 13MP (Main) + 5MP (Ultra Wide) camera with flash along with an 8MP front camera. There are four speakers powered by AKG and Dolby Atmos.
The Tab S7+ is powered by 10,090mAh battery with 45W fast charging while the smaller Tab S7 is backed by a 8,000mAh battery. The Tab S7 features a physical fingerprint scanner on the side while the Tab S7 has an on-display fingerprint scanner.
The Tab S7 and S7+ comes with a unique connectivity feature. When there’s no Wi-Fi network in sight, you can use Auto Hotspot to automatically tether other Galaxy devices to your 5G-enabled tablet. And with Nearby Share, you can transmit files to nearby contacts. You can also use the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ to extend your Samsung PC with Second screen, so you can choose between duplicating and extending your display. As for multitasking, the new tablets lets you run three apps simultaneously on the same screen.

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