Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 FE undercuts Apple’s new iPad Pro in all the right ways


We’ve been awaiting the arrival of a new Android tablet, and its been rumored that Samsung has been working on the latest options. After “accidentally” revealing the new tablet in Germany, Samsung made the Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite official today.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE draws inspiration from the Galaxy Tab S7 which launched last year while sporting a gorgeous 12.4-inch display perfect for anything that you want to do without using a desktop or laptop. As expected, the S Pen is included in the box, and magnetically attaches to the back of the tablet, just like the Galaxy Tab S7 family.

Powering the Tab S7 FE is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G paired with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of expandable storage. Battery life should be incredible once this arrives, thanks to the 10,090mAH battery with support for up to 45W Super Fast Charging speeds. But you will need to find a 45W charger separately as Samsung is not including one in the box.

In addition to the included S Pen, Samsung is also making the Book Cover Keyboard available as a separate purchase. With this, you can transform your tablet into a laptop of sorts, allowing you to get more work done from wherever you are.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is not as exciting as the new Tab S7 FE, but that’s just fine. This 8.7-inch tablet is lightweight and ultra-portable, making it easy to throw in a bag or in a purse and take with you anywhere. Samsung has built-in a dual-speaker system equipped with Dolby Atmos support, making the Tab A7 Lite a fantastic media consumption device when you have some downtime.

Powering the A7 Lite is the MediaTek MT8768 chipset paired with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM and either 32GB or 64GB of expandable storage. There’s a respectable 5,100mAh battery built-in with semi-fast charging speeds of up to 15W with Samsung’s Adaptive Fast Charging.

We aren’t sure as to how much either of these tablets will cost just yet, as Samsung has kept that information close to the vest for now. What we do know is that both the Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Tab A7 Lite will be arriving sometime in June.


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