Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+: Experimental Android OS subdues this solid tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is a perfect big-screen device but not a perfect tablet, thanks to some limitations on the software front

Khalid Anzar New Delhi
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

The Galaxy Tab S7+ is a tablet that performs well on every parameter and shows South Korean electronics maker Samsung’s innovation competence. It has a premium metallic build, a gorgeous AMOLED display of 120Hz refresh rate, SPen digital stylus, all-round connectivity, ample internal storage, Qualcomm’s flagship processor, and so much more that makes other slates pale in comparison, at least on paper.

But is this the long-awaited tablet that would bridge the gap between smartphones and notebooks? Let’s find out:


A successor to the Galaxy Tab S6, the Galaxy Tab S7+ brings several design improvements, which increase its weight to 575g, a good 155g more than the predecessor. It, however, maintains its thickness at 5.7mm and feels comfortable to hold and operate. This tablet has a compact form factor and it does not take much space, be it on desk or inside a backpack. Moreover, its minimal build and thin profile make it an ultra-por


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First Published: Oct 05 2020 | 9:35 AM IST

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