The Galaxy Tab S7 may be the big ‘cover’ for next month’s Samsung Unpacked event. With the Note 20 as the star and the Fold and Flip models opening the way for folding, the South Korean firm does not forget its division of electronic tablets.
The sale of ‘cigars’ tablets has dropped considerably in recent quarters cannibalized by increasingly larger smartphones. Currently, there only seems to be a place for the low-end economy where models like the Amazon Fire shine or the high-end where Microsoft has managed to open the category of 2-in-1 Windows with Surface Pro and Go.
Apple competes in its own league and doesn’t even sell iPad Pros as tablets, but rather as devices to replace laptops. We do not see any Android manufacturer capable of competing with them … except Samsung. Here comes this Galaxy Tab S7 for which launch is expected in two models, standard and Plus, according to screen size of 11 and 12.4 inches respectively.
The new image published by the Evan Blass filter that you see on the cover, Includes S-Pen and keyboard cover, confirmation of the premium range where they will be destined and their focus on more than just a tablet, seeking productivity as well as entertainment.
We hope that Samsung will mount high quality panels as usual. Super AMOLED technology with support for high dynamic range HDR10 + and 120Hz refresh rate on the top model. Everything indicates that it could equip a Qualcomm SoC Snapdragon 865 (normal or Plus), 6 or 8 Gbytes of RAM and from 128 Gbytes up.
In addition to the improved display, the Galaxy Tab S7 series will support Wi-Fi 6, they will have improved cameras, AKG stereo speakers, and a fingerprint reader. These tablets would have a large capacity battery (10,090 mAh) with 25-watt fast charge through a USB Type-C port.
In three color finishes, gray, blue and brown, it will be governed by an Android 10-based OneUI 2.0 interface. These Galaxy Tab S7 are expected to be presented on August 5 for availability this summer. We do not know the official price. The environments of the $ 600 as the cost of the base model.