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?
Since Samsung now includes an S Pen with both the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series of devices, you might think that there is no way to use the Note's S Pen with the Galaxy Tab. Luckily, that's not the case. You can take advantage of many features, although, there are some that you'll miss out on.
Samsung, one of the few companies that still makes Android tablets, now has the Galaxy Tab S7 in its arsenal. It's incredibly powerful and has top-notch specs, but is it really any better than an iPad? Let's take a closer look.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ tablets are now available to pre-order in India. The Galaxy Tab S7 has been priced at ₹55,999 ($754) in the country, while the Galaxy Tab S7+ will retail for ₹79,999 ($1,077).
Whenever Samsung introduces a new flagship tablet, it's usually chocked full of new features, and that continues with the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+. These tablets bring 120Hz displays which makes interacting with your tablet better than ever, and if you enjoy taking hand-written notes, then the included S Pen goes a long way.
Samsung refuses to lets its dream of Android tablets die, and the latest example of this is the Galaxy Tab S7+. It's an incredibly well-built gadget with premium specs galore, but is it enough to overcome the state of Android on a tablet in 2020?