A new update is rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ which brings with it the April security update, along with quite a few new features. These include improvements to the S Pen along with the ability to use virtual backgrounds with some of your favorite video calling apps.
Picking up a Galaxy Tab S7? It's a sizeable tablet that needs suitable protection, not to mention you'll absolutely want a built-in kickstand to keep the tablet upright on your table as you work, play games, or mindlessly scroll through Twitter. Here are the cases you and your Galaxy Tab S7 can rely on.
One of Samsung's most powerful tablet to date is big, bold, and absolutely in need of protection against drops, dents, and dings. A good case is functional as well as durable, and these cases are the absolute best.
The Galaxy Tab S7+ is an outstanding show of hardware, with a stunning display that's perfect for media consumption. Samsung does a lot to mitigate Android's lack of tablet-optimized apps through its DeX interface, and the S Pen is better than ever thanks to a new 120Hz refresh rate.
Samsung has been one of the few Android tablet manufacturers to produce not only quality budget devices but also some of the more premium options too. In recent years, Lenovo has picked the pace in the tablet sector and has been inching its way towards more premium offerings. Its latest is the Tab P11 Pro and it is an intriguing package, but can it take the crown from the Galaxy Tab S7?
Have you picked up one of the brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus tablets? If so, don't forget to grab a screen protector for it to prevent the screen from cracks and scratches, not to mention rid it of fingerprints and smudges.
The Galaxy Tab S7 and iPad Air are two of the best tablets money can buy. With evenly matched hardware and displays, deciding between the two will largely come down to software preferences and app support versus Samsung DeX.
When it comes to the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series of products, Samsung smashes a home run with just about every release, in large part due to the included S Pen. But are you out of luck if you happen to lose or break the Galaxy Tab S7's S Pen?