On the 5th of August, 2020, Samsung announced the release of new products.
Firstly, these are the latest version of its popular note smartphone and the portfolio of the next folding phone.
Secondly, It also included the mix of the new Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus.
Thirdly, this is the company’s latest high-end Android tablets designed to go blow-for-blow with the iPad Pro.
Then Android devices, the Tab S7 duo stack the spec sheet, this was highly expected.
However, everything you could imagine from 5g to 120Hz display to quad-speaker systems is all packed in these devices.
But they also cost a stack, starting from $649.99 for the 11-inch Tab S7 and $849.99 for the 12.4-inch S7 Plus.
Additionally, Samsung’s keyboard folio case to the mix tacks on another $199.99 (11-inch) or $229.99 (12.4-inch) to the tally.
Still, these mean you can easily spend over a grand on one of these tablets.
Besides, It isn’t a surprise to see Samsung with a unique screen, but this is amazing.
This 12.4-inch OLED panel is bright, vibrant, and pixel-dense.
Nevertheless, the Color practically jump off the screen, and the blacks are as inky and deep as they are on the LG OLED TV hanging in a living room.
Yet, In the finish, this is its 120 Hz refresh rate which makes every interaction very smooth.
Though the iPad Pro had this feature for three years.
Again, it’s amazing since it is on Apple’s tablet.
In fact, given that this is an OLED panel, I might argue that this is the best screen I’ve ever seen on a mobile device.
Moreover, It is significantly smaller than the iPad Pro due to its a rectangular shape and shorter diagonal measurement.
Regardless of this, when it’s time to watch HDR videos Samsung wins the race.
This device is also coupled with Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 865 Plus processor inside, plus 8GB of RAM.