Together with the Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung unveiled its latest tablets with the Galaxy Tab S7 series. Available in regular and Plus versions, both models come with a Snapdragon 865+ processor, making them the most powerful Android tablets in the market right now. Configuration options include 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB internal storage, and optional LTE and 5G connectivity. Both also come with 45w wired charging—the fastest charging speeds for any tablet right now.
As both rock 120hz Super AMOLED displays, the Galaxy Tab S7 has an 11-inch panel with a 2560 x 1600 resolution while the Galaxy Tab S7+ has a bigger 12-inch panel with a 2800 x 1752 resolution. The Galaxy Tab S7+ employs an in-display fingerprint scanner—a feature that first appeared on the Galaxy Tab S6, while the Galaxy Tab S7 settles for a side-mounted sensor. On the audio side, both come with AKG-tuned quad-speaker systems.
Both inherit the same set of cameras found on the Galaxy Tab S6: a dual-rear camera setup consisting of a 13-megapixel main camera and 5-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and an 8-megapixel selfie snapper. To power them the Galaxy Tab S7 has a 7040mAh battery, while the Galaxy Tab S7+ has a humongous 10090mAh battery. As productivity machines, both tablets have support for Samsung’s S-Pen—now with an ultra-low 9ms latency—and have a magnetic port at the back for securely storing it when not in use.
For added productivity, both models get an updated book cover keyboard with a row for function keys and a wider trackpad that supports gestures. Using the keyboard automatically shifts the Galaxy Tab S7 to DeX UI, which has been updated to work better with multiple screens especially with apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
The Galaxy Tab S7 starts at $649(~Php 31.9k) while the Galaxy Tab S7+ starts at $849(~Php 41.7k).