Strike a perfect balance between study time and play time with Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, the tablet designed to bring your projects to life.
A large display brings your content to life in brilliant color whether indoors or outdoors, making it great for study time or for a quick entertainment break.
Choose a bold color that makes it unmistakably yours.
Take notes in class, sketch out an idea or even doodle with the included S Pen,¹ featuring a responsive new design that feels closer to pen on paper than ever before.
Master every assignment with Galaxy connectivity. Get more done on an expanded workstation that lets you hand off content between your devices, or enjoy a PC-like experience with multiple windows open on your tablet.
Galaxy Tab S7 FE features long battery life² to help you power through your day —and then some —on a single charge.
With the Qualcomm SM7225 Octa-Core processor, you will enjoy a smooth experience for the entertainment you love most. Coupled with high-storage memory, Galaxy Tab S7 FE lets you save and store what you need to access on a moment's notice.
Unwind with ad-free access to millions of videos with YouTube Premium³.Gettwo months of ad-free content at no extra charge.
Samsung Mobile TV Plus
Indulge your appetite for entertainment with free access to Samsung Mobile TV Plus. Dive into over 160 channels and videos on demand, such as movies, music, news and sports.
Stay in frame with a landscape view that automatically puts you front and center. And with a wide-angle view, you can show off more around you.
Pre-installed Creative Apps
Ignite your creative spark with preloaded creative apps like PENUP and Canva.
Clip Studio Paint
Sketch, draw or paint whenever inspiration strikes with your six-month free trial⁴ of Clip Studio Paint, a must-have tool for visual creators.
Discover multiple ways to level up your notetaking abilities in your own personal style.⁵
¹S Pen included with the tablet.
²Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, and other application-usage patterns. Results may vary.
³With eligible purchase. New users only (no past trial of YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium, YouTube Red or Google Play Music). Redeem in the YouTube application on eligible devices between January 14, 2021 and April 5, 2022 at 11:59pm PST.
³Form of payment required. [Local monthly price]/month after trial billed on a recurring monthly basis. Cancel anytime. No refunds for partial billing periods. Full terms: https://www.youtube.com/premium/restrictions
⁴Preload supported in select markets. In other countries, Clip Studio Paint can be downloaded from the Galaxy Store, and is free for 6 months. Certain features may be restricted after the 6 free months of service.
⁴Paid subscription is available for additional use. Users are NOT asked for payment information prior to the free trial. After the free trial, user can choose to subscribe from: CSP PRO: $4.49/month or $24.99/annual, CSP EX: $8.99/month or $71.99/annual (The free trial provides CSP EX.)
⁴Subscription plans: https://ec.clip-studio.com/en-us/application/plans?transitionSourceUrl=https://www.clipst udio.net/en/Difference between PRO and EX is that EX unlocks extra tools such as 2D/3D conversion and multi-page management for online/offline publishing.
⁴Differences between PRO and EX: https://www.clipstudio.net/en/promotion/upgrade/
⁵App availability may vary by country and region.
⁵Feature supports nine languages: English, German, Italian, French, Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish. Noteshelf is provided in English by default for language settings other than the aforementioned.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 12.4" 128 GB Wi-Fi Tablet
Samsung has done it again. Being a previous Samsung Tablet owner and current owner of Ipad that is a generation or two old, this new S7 does not disappoint!
Screen and screen size really stand out here, the tab is 12.4 inches and is stunning. With a resolution of 2560x1600, its bright display is much more eye catching than my other tablets. Horizontally, watching anything streaming and especially when I take it outside on the porch at night and watch Youtube TV, it’s amazing, it blows away all my other tablet and mobile devices. The dual speakers are really clear and differentiate this from other tablets, especially streaming music. Dolby Atmos is supported in the Sound Quality and Effects under Sound in Settings. There you can turn it on auto as well as a separate setting for having it on during gaming. There is also a UHQ Upscaler that can be turned on while wearing headphones to improve the clarity of music and videos.
As far as speed and responsiveness, it is above average. Comes with the Snapdragon SM7325 processor. I got the 128GB version , it has 6GB of RAM as well. Another great feature is you can add a MicroSD card for an additional 1TB. It’s pretty snappy and I can run several things at the same time without issue but I did experience some choppiness switching between them at times. I am not sure if that is something that will improve with updates in the future. It was not a big deal but noticeable.
Battery life is above average as I have only had to charge about every other day even with medium to heavy usage several times a day. As others have stated, if you have a higher watt charger for your other Samsung devices, it will charge faster than the provided fast charger. I have no complaints for the battery life or charging as is.
Front and back cameras are fine, 5MB & 8MB respectively. They are less than the S7+ but for most usage of zoom and other video and tablet pics, they are fine and more than sufficient.
This tablet is built for creativity. While I am not the most creative person, it has sparked an interest in me with the use of the included S-pen. It worked fantastic for signing documents and I even downloaded an adult coloring book app and this was amazingly fun to use with the pen! They also include some creative apps, including promotional versions of Canva and Clip Studio. They come with a few free months prior to paying for a license. There are lots of options in Canva if you are creative and with this large, bright and beautiful screen, it will make your designs look great.
I really like the new S7 FE but again, I am a long Samsung user and love the sync ability with my S21 Ultra. I still gravitate to this vs. my other tablets.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a lightweight 12.4” Android tablet. The metal case is lightweight compared to previous tablets I’ve used. Initial setup takes a few minutes and overall isn’t that bad. So far, battery life has been good. Each day I’ve been able to stream a few YouTube videos as well as watch video through Samsung Free which is Samsung’s free video service. In addition, I checked and read email, dictated notes, browsed websites, etc. After six days I had 20% battery life left. The WQXGA display is excellent. It’s clear and sharp. Video looks amazing on the 12.4" display. As for the camera, it takes good photos, but video maxes out at FHD 30p. I would like to have seen a 4K 60p capable camera though. Responsiveness is good. I didn’t experience any lag or slow load times with applications. It comes with a stylus called the S-Pen. It attaches to the back of the tablet when you aren't using it. Having a place to attach the S-Pen is a good feature. I didn’t notice any issues when using it. Drawing and writing was smooth. In addition to marking up notes and PDFs, the S-Pen can also be used to draw on the screen when screen recording which I really like. The microphone worked great when dictating notes and the speakers are really good for a tablet. Their sound quality is excellent. So far, I’m impressed with this mid-range priced tablet. I would recommend the S7 FE to anyone looking for an Android tablet that is easy on the wallet.
Samsung makes a variety of tablets that range from budget to budget-busting in price and specs. The Samsung Tab S7 FE falls into the upper-mid range in terms of features and price. The basics are a 12.4 inch screen, 4, 6, or 8 gigs of RAM (depending on 64, 128, or a 256 gig storage model picked), dual speakers, a mid-range Qualcomm 778G-series processor (in this WiFi model), 8mp camera (back) and 5mp camera (front), with an included passive S-pen for expanded use and options. Mine has 128 gigs of storage and 6 gigs of RAM.
At 12.4 inches, the 2560x1600 pixel TFT screen is pretty big for a tablet. It’s not a super AMOLED screen but a more basic TFT version, so you don’t get quite the same deep blacks and viewing angles as the more expensive AMOLEDs, but still, it’s pretty bright, the colors are deeply saturated, and the viewing angles are good enough. Videos looked detailed and bright, as did any apps I use on it, although I did have a couple of instances where an app like YouTube crashed and had to be reopened – hopefully future updates will fix this bug. Fixed into a metal body, it’s solid enough to hold (though again, large) but if you use a stand or holder it’s manageable for longer use times. It’s only 60hz and not the more desirable 90 or 120hz, so occasionally I see a flitter or stall but it’s not bad, but for this prince point I would have liked to see at least a 90hz screen.
The included S-pen (passive – not powered) will pull up a special menu that allows you to do a variety of things including take hand notes, draw/paint, sign documents, select areas of the screen to do a screen shot, write on the screen, and more; the pen menu pops up as an overlay on top of the regular home screen menu which looks a bit disorienting at first, but it’s usable and adjustable in settings if you dig around. The stylus is handy and easy to use with a little practice, though it does not slide up into the tablet itself. It will magnetically stick to the side, weakly, but it would be best to find a case or sleeve that has a slot to hold the pen so you don’t lose it (neither are included with the tablet). Signing documents is a breeze with it, and while drawing was quirky for me as I’m more “old school”, with practice I’ll improve.
As with many Samsung devices, the S7 FE comes with some preloaded Samsung apps that are actually handy, like the Samsung shop, a voice recorder, a free TV viewing app, and more. The dreaded “Bixby” assistant is still there, though – and out of the box, when you press the power button to hopefully power down the device, Bixby instead comes to life (you have to press that and a volume key together to power down); you can change this in settings, though. The Google Play store is of course, also available.
The Octa-Core 778G-series processor is good for all basics and many games that aren’t top-demanding. You can run a few apps at the same time so long as they’re not super-charged and can run up to three at one time without seeing major hiccups. The dual speakers are pretty good and offer Dolby Atmos quality; I probably won’t use it to power my music at a large party, but for personal use it’s fine, and connects well via Bluetooth to Samsung buds and other wireless speakers (there’s no headphone jack – frown). The 8mp back camera is good enough, lacking a little in the dynamic range department but not bad by any means. The 5mp front facing camera is also more than good enough for Zoom or Duo calls and offers plenty of details in decent to good light, for that purpose, and 3 mics give decent recorded sound. USB-C charging is up to date, but you get a weaker charger with it, so expect around 3 or so hours, give or take, to fully charge the 10,090 mah battery, but it can handle much faster chargers if you own one. Claims of 11 hours of battery life depend on use, screen brightness, etc… I have averaged around 9 or so hours with the way I use it. It comes with Android 11 out of the box, and is available in “Mystic” Black, Silver, Green, or Pink. I have the Black – I’m dull, but like that the best and it looks more pro that way.
Ok, so, would I invest in a keyboard case and make this a “laptop replacement”? For me? Probably not because once you add the extra cost of a keyboard case to it (the Samsung runs around $150 and up), you’re past the price point of a good, dedicated laptop. At the suggested retail price ($599 U.S.) to me it’s a bit up there considering the concessions made on the screen and processor, but again, unlike other brands, it does include the S-Pen. For media consumption… movies, magazine/comic reading, and social media, it works great. It’s ok for office functions when used with a stand and external keyboard if you have them around. The holiday season is fast approaching again, so overall I still recommend it, especially considering expected holiday sales.
Completely satisfied! Have an A7 so this was quite a leap but the differences are undoubtedly noticeable. Quick and bright, brilliant display. Taking notes is fun with included pen and feels like my speedy Galaxy S22 plus i just bought to go with it. Best feature is 5G, i use it as a phone and makes work and play highly efficient.
The Galaxy S7 Tablet FE, whose predecessor is the Galaxy Tab S7, is a solid choice for functionality, as well as offering the power to multi-task and still have time to play while engaging with other apps.
Long Battery life
Multiple Device Connections
S Pen Housing/Magnetic Functions
Other functions missing
First, I want to say how functional and easy it is to use the S Pen. The S Pen is weighted, bold, and yet easy to use while writing on the screen and taking notes. The S Pen does feel comfortable, and the functionality of erasing by pressing a button towards the writing tip of the pen makes taking notes and quick erasing painless (rather than having to select the erase tool from a menu). While using a drawing app to trace and color in already made cartoon images, the S Pen was smooth and precise, making sketching on the screen tolerable and fun. The Galaxy S7 FE utilizes a Qualcomm Octa-Core processor, which is quick, yet it allows me to multi-task between opening multiple windows (some "in-screen" apps such as YouTube) and not losing a beat in terms of lagging or stalling. Plus, I was sketching, listening to music, and writing emails while switching back and forth. Again, no issues to report as everything I was doing seemed seamless. I will add that its predecessor, the S7 tablet, utilizes the same type of processor.
On a full charge, I was able to use the S7 FE for multiple days (three to be exact against countless hours) while using it for note-taking, emails, and other miscellaneous tasks before I had to recharge the tablet. I was impressed with how long the battery life was. Especially since most of the time, I was listening to music while working on the tablet with a minimum of 50% screen brightness. Additionally, the S7 FE connected seamlessly to my Galaxy Note 10+. I specifically shared photos from my phone to the S7 FE via a "quick share" connection. Again, a bonus if someone is trying to share notes they took on their phone (or tablet). Yet, the S7 FE does not contain a robust storage capacity (128 GB of storage). You do have the option to install a micro SD card (up to 1TB) to expand storage (which seriously lacks on other tablets; I am looking at you, Apple).
Unfortunately, the S7 FE does contain some flaws. The S7 FE boasts a 12.4" screen, which is great...except for the screen resolution. Compared to its predecessor, the S7, the screen resolution is 2560x1600. Likewise, it contains a TFT LCD. Compared to the S7, which uses AMOLED technology, the picture (while watching videos specifically) is not as bright, vivid, and colorful. Since the S Pen is functional, one of its flaws is the magnet that allows the pen to connect to either the back of the tablet or, if you are working and need a place to store it quickly, to the top of the screen horizontally. The issue with the S Pen connecting to the top of the screen horizontally is, it does not completely "stick," and a sudden movement from the user will dislodge the S Pen. Although a bold idea, theoretically, it was not well thought out. Also, I would advise purchasing a separate case that helps hold the S Pen in place. Lastly, and not necessarily a deal-breaker, the S7 FE only allows a pin to unlock the screen. Whereas the S7 also provides a fingerprint sensor option to unlock the screen from sleep.
Overall, the S7 FE is a light version of its S7 predecessor. It offers functionality while providing a fast processor for those who work and play at the same time. I would definitely recommend based on its performance and feasibility.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about reliability, size, portability and design. Editors are less positive about performance and connectivity and have mixed opinions about durability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 93/100 = Excellent quality.
gsmarena.comRating, 3.6 out of 53.6GSMArena Team on September 1, 2021
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A:AnswerI would recommend buying a tablet with additional memory. I used the additional memory card, but that just became too cumbersome. In the long run you will appreciate that you did. I had a 16GB and upgraded to the 128GB. Larger screen and more memory