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With the power of a PC and the mobility of a tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Wi-Fi is your secret weapon for getting more done—wherever you are. Enjoy the advantages of a true 2-in-1 device, where an expanded keyboard(1) and built-in memory up to 256GB are backed by a battery that lasts the entire workday(2) for ultimate portability. With a redesigned, minimal-lag S Pen that lets you control a presentation with the tap of a finger and an expanded edge-to- edge screen(3) for better streaming, gaming and video chatting, the Galaxy Tab S7+ Wi-Fi simplifies life, work and play. **(1) Keyboard sold separately. **(2) Battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors. **(3) S7+ 12.4” screen is a sAMOLEDTM screen.
PC performance. Tablet portability.
Transform your tablet into a PC experience with DeX mode and the optional keyboard¹ with expanded trackpad.
Experience cinematic viewing in your hands with larger edge-to-edge displays, sAMOLEDTM screen² and quad speakers tuned by AKG® with Dolby Atmos surround sound.
Redesigned S Pen included.
With improved 9ms pen latency, the redesigned S Pen can control presentations, take notes and mark up papers effortlessly.
Mobile gaming just got real.
Step up your game on a premium new playground with a deeply engaging screen and a Bluetooth-enabled controller.³
Charge fast. Power for hours
Go for hours on a single charge,⁴ and back to 100% with the fast-charging USB-C port.
Capture and connect.
Stunning brightness and clarity with the wide 13MP and ultra-wide 5MP dual back, and 8MP front-facing cameras.
Sync and send from any space
Sync up multiple devices and double down on your to-dos with Galaxy Tab S7 | S7+ WiFi. Use it as a hotspot, add a second wireless screen for your PC and create share-ready content all at once.⁵
Say Netflix. Start streaming.
“Hi Bixby. Begin streaming.” Netflix now supports Bixby voice, so you can start streaming instantly with voice command.⁶
¹Keyboard sold separately. Function keys only available on S7+.
²S7 11” screen is a TFT LCD screen. S7+ 12.4” screen is a sAMOLEDTM screen.
³Controller sold separately
⁴Battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors.
⁵All functions are supported by One UI 3.1. Availability of One UI 3.1 may vary depending ondevice, country, region, and carrier. Functions available only when devices are connected to the same Samsung account and when Continue apps on the other device and Wireless keyboard sharing is turned on.
⁶Netflix streaming membership required. The Netflix app and content availability may vary by country
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus - 12.4” - 256GB - With S Pen - Wi-Fi
2736 x 1824
Qualcomm SDM865 Pro
Total Storage Capacity
Galaxy Tab S7 Plus - 12.4” - 256GB - With S Pen - Wi-Fi
I bought this for my mom to replace her older ipad , she loves it. It does so much that it can be intimidating, but its easy to use at that same especially for anyone already familiar with android phones. The Display is the best ive ever seen and you can add up to an extra terabyte of memory. I recommend getting the keyboard case also , not only just for the actual keyboard, but for the protection when traveling, securing the s pen and stand.
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
Great product. Smooth and easy to use. The camera capability quite great consider it is a table camera. Really impressive product overall.
This tablet works awesome!! It is almost identical to my Samsung S20 Ultra in usage and format, except I actually see more items or places to activate things I hadn't seen before. Screen clarity is fresh! Movie downloads are quick and I bought the extended mini card of 250 gigs i think. Anyway, I am very please with it and recently had it on my lap on a road trip to Utah for 10 hours and even more recently for our first flight since covid stuff to Seattle and watched movies on both. Weaknesses I guess would be learning to hold right so as to not separate the magnetized screen from the keyboard. I started folding it backwards behind and that works when no flat surfaces. Thats about it, great product and great pricing. I'm 57 yo. PS. Not sure of the brand but the zip case is slick! PPS. The pen is stored inside the case nicely, but I haven't used as much so far.
I'm giving it 3 stars because there no headphone jack. I've tried many USB-C and USB to 3.5MM jacks and none of them work on gaming headsets. They work on the little gummy earphones. It's pretty sad.
Another bad thing is the Samsung keyboard. It's the worst design ever. The Samsung Tab S4 Samsung Keyboard was way better.
The tablet is fast and the pen is just as good as the Apple Pencil. I'm returning it.
Been a long time Apple user. I really like the integration of their devices. Lately Apple's been doing some shady practices which I just can't support. That, on top of the sky high prices made this an easy choice.
At first, I tried out an iPad pro, with the extra drive space ( I like to have at least 256GB for storage and media) plus a keyboard, came out to $1,900+ That's a crazy price for a tablet. At the end of the day this thing is for emails, movies, and document work. Sure the iPad has extra power, but the day I'm cutting and rendering a 4k movie on an iPad I need to take a step back and figure out where my life went wrong. The Tab S7+ is not slow by any means. It crunches through tasks without delay. This S7+ with a Samsung Keyboard Case ( I waited until the keyboard was on sale) was less than half of the cost of a iPad pro with Apple keyboard. So the main differences?
The iPad is a bit taller and that does help document productivity, but to save over a thousand dollars I guess I'll just have to scroll more. The Samsung wins out for the deep contrast and colors of OLED. The S7+'s 12" screen is a perfect size for portability and practicality. With the factory keyboard attached it's my go to device to take with me when I need something bigger than a phone. Side Note: I also have a Samsung Book S which can use this tablet as a second screen. This should work with any windows laptop and it's very cool. Using this tablet as a second screen with my Book S, which has an always on LTE connection makes this a very competent fully mobile setup.
Most of what I use is found on the Play Store, MS office suite and a few other apps that come pre-installed on the tab S7 like 'Pen Up' help me edit and sign documents on the go. You can control the window sizing and orientation so some developers who haven't updated their apps for landscape will still work on this natively widescreen orientation tablet. Speaking of which, this tablet has the camera on the top when in landscape orientation. The right way to use it on video calls especially when attached with a keyboard. BTW the camera and audio is among the best on calls.
For my use this is 50% a work device and 50% a leisure device. As a work device it's more than competent to work on documents, emails, signing contracts, etc. As a leisure device there is no reason to spend more than this, it's the best it gets for the money.
Here's where Samsung really shines and stands out from the competition. The display and audio are top notch, you may find some that have this or that small advantage but overall the S7+ is the tablet to beat at any price. Included S Pen, having the pen and it being a good pen cannot be over stated. Even if you don't use it often, it's better to have an not need, than need it and not have. The SD Card support, The fact that my laptop can load to an SD Card and then I can pop that card into this tablet is incredible. It gives me one more point of feeling like this can handle whatever my needs will be. Many times I have to transfer files from one device to the other and this makes it a breeze. The Samsung eco system, yes they have one and this tablet can do the wireless file transfers or photo syncs like Apple can. Finally, there's Dex, let's not forget this desktop like OS they built into their devices. I just wish they wouldn't restrict it so much and let me use my laptop in Dex mode, but the Tab S7+ can be switched to use fully in Dex mode.
Samsung has built a great device, but it's not perfect. My gripe isn't so much with the tablet (although the software experience does have some progress to make) it's mostly with the OEM keyboard I have issues. At it's price point the keyboard should be backlit and the trackpad should be much better. Perhaps even more premium materials to go with the metal and glass tablet. At least this is something the market can address. Otherwise this is a solid tablet to use for years to come.
Perfect for web browsing, making online purchases, gaming, streaming and reading/responding to emails. I got the larger screen and storage and I really love this thing. The picture quality is GREAT! The speakers in the tablet are GREAT! I shelled out a couple more bucks for a sturdier case, which was worth it. I've read some reviews saying it has drawbacks when you're trying to use it as a laptop. So far, I haven't had to use it as a laptop. It's been perfect for everything I've used it for.
We got this during the pandemic to make Zoom calls more convenient and the 12 inch screen is much better than using the smaller screens from more portable tablets. We have laptops and other tablets, but battery life on this tablet is way better than a laptop battery when the camera is on (Macbook Pros only seem to last about 90 mins or less, this tablet goes for multiple hours!)
The speakers and camera are great for video conferencing, but you will want to buy a case for it since it's so thin and may be uncomfortable to hold and difficult to prop up against things for meetings. I got the Samsung book cover which attaches magnetically and holds really well, but is super easy to pop off if you want just the tablet. It has a few positions you can fold the front cover over to, so the tablet can sit more upright or more reclined, depending on table/desk height and where you are in front of the camera.
As a side bonus, I've been using the tablet as a digital whiteboard in some Zoom meetings when I want to write/draw on screen. It's so much easier using the pen instead of trying to draw with a mouse, so it has really worked out well.
When it's not being used as a video conference device or digital whiteboard, it has been a very nice device to read Kindle books on (bright screen!) or to watch streaming video on. This tablet does have expandable storage via the micro SD card slot but since I got the 256G version of the tablet, it's been able to hold more than enough downloaded Plex, Netflix, Amazon, Disney+ or Youtube videos (or all of the above) for US domestic flights, and if we ever get back to long flights to Europe or Asia, this will be a great companion.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about portability, design, performance and screen. Editors are less positive about size and usability and have mixed opinions about reliability. 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 94/100 = Excellent quality.
TechRadarRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Abbas Jaffar Ali on August 6, 2020
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A:AnswerI called Samsung because I was trying to reserve the S7 Tab plus and I didn't see my old tablet as an option. I was told by Samsung the pre-order date would start on 9/2/2020 for the WIFI version and they would start shipping on 9/7/2020. A couple of weeks after the release of the WIFI version, the 5G version would be released. Hope this helps.
A:AnswerIt does look like at the moment only 128GB of memory is available for the 5G versions, but do remember that there is a micro-SD card slot that can take up to 1TB of extra storage (I read one report that said 2TB). The WiFi 128GB version has 6GB of RAM against the 8GB for the 256GB version. I haven't been able to find what the RAM is on the 128GB 5G versions, it could very well be 8GB of RAM. I do think the extra 2GB of RAM will make a [minor] difference.