Launched Samsung company introduced its new tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, through one of its electronic stores in Europe
The tablet appeared in the online store in Germany at a price of 649 euros, and it appears that the tablet is a renamed version of the previously leaked Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Lite, which was first launched in March 2021.
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is the first Fan Edition of a Samsung tablet, and it is a modified version of the previous version, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, inspired by the iPad Pro, with a size of 12.4 inches.
While the Galaxy Tab S7 FE shares the same 12.4-inch screen as the older Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, it appears to be using a TFT LCD, like the 11-inch Galaxy Tab S7, instead of the OLED found on the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus.
Another measure of cost savings is found in the processor, as the Galaxy Tab S7 FE houses an octa-core Snapdragon 750G processor and 4GB of RAM.
As for storage, the tablet comes with 64 GB of UFS memory, which is used in part by the One UI version of the device from Android 11, and it is expandable with a microSD card.
The device includes an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera in landscape orientation, making it ideal for long Zoom calls.
In order to use the device during long calls, it contains a battery with a capacity of 10090 mAh that supports fast charging capacity of 45 watts, which Samsung says: It should last up to 12 hours via LTE, and 13 hours of video playback.
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE may come with the optional S Pen for taking notes and converting handwriting into text.
The tablet also includes support for Samsung DeX, which can add Windows-like interface elements, such as the taskbar and Start menu, automatically when the keyboard is attached.
And you get an app called Clip Studio Paint pre-installed and available for free for the first six months.
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