Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

Samsung Malaysia has confirmed that the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ flagship tablets will be arriving to the country this 28 August, which is pretty quick considering they were only announced back in August 5 during Samsung’s UNPACKED event. 

As a recap, the regular Galaxy Tab S7 measures at 11-inches and packs an LTPS LCD 1560×1600 panel while the Galaxy Tab S7+ comes equipped with a larger and prettier 12.4-inch Super AMOLED 2800x1752p display. Both tablets push an impressive refresh rate of 120Hz. 

samsung galaxy tab s7 sizes

The Galaxy Tab S7 series has a familiar squarish frame, but Samsung says that the Tab S7+ is one of the thinnest tablets in the market with a thickness of only 5.7mm.  

Powering the tablets is a Snapdragon 865+ chipset as well as 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Regular Tab S7 packs an 8,000mAh battery while the larger Tab S7+ comes with a 10,090mAh battery – both devices support up to 45W of SuperFast Charging. 

For imaging, the Tab S7 sports a 13MP dual camera lens with a 5MP ultrawide shooter. The tablets are capable of recording at 4K resolution at 30FPS. 

Samsung confirms Galaxy Tab S7 series to go on sale this August 28 2

One of the top selling points of the Tab S7 series is the support for the latest Samsung S Pen stylus which now offers lower touch latency at only 9ms. The tablets are compatible with Samsung Book Cover Keyboard which comes with a keyboard and a holster of sorts for the S Pen when it charges magnetically at the back of the tabs. 

In Malaysia, it looks like we’re only getting the WiFi variant of the Tab S7 series – but perhaps the LTE and 5G models will come at a later time. There’s no official Malaysian pricing yet unfortunately, so we’ll have to go on the US pricing for reference: Galaxy Tab S7, from $650 (RM2,725); Galaxy Tab S7+, from $850 (RM3,564). 

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