June 16, 2024

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Review

When it comes to tablet computing, the new Galaxy Tab S7 FE has a surprisingly large screen and a quad-core Snapdragon processor. It has 4GB of RAM and can be purchased with either Wi-Fi or 5G connectivity. With its powerful hardware, the Tab S7 FE is good for web browsing, but performs poorly when you open up 10 or more Chrome tabs. The tablet’s response to touch input is slow and loading times are long. While productivity apps perform well, a few graphics-intensive games run a little jittery.

Audio quality is generally very good on the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, with two powerful speakers tuned by AKG and supporting Dolby Atmos. Audio quality is clear and does not distort even when the device is running at high volumes. There is no headphone jack on the tablet, but it supports wired USB-C headphones for easy audio streaming. It also features pogo pins for connecting to a keyboard and folio.

The S7 FE is a good tablet for general usage, and has good graphics capabilities. However, it does not have the power to run 4K videos. Those looking for 4K video recording should look elsewhere. Its display is not as bright as the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, but it does provide excellent quality for the price. With its powerful battery, you can even use the Tab S7 FE for several days without having to recharge.

The screen on the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a 12.4-inch LCD with a 60Hz refresh rate. It’s thin, but it can be slippery. The top bezel has a decent amount of bezel on the front. Samsung has also placed the webcam in the top centre of the top bezel, making it easy to capture pictures even in landscape orientation. Compared to the iPad Pro’s selfie camera, this is a much better option for video calls and video chatting.

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a great choice if you need a tablet that can double as a second display. It comes with dedicated magnetic patches for the S Pen stylus, making it easy to use and carry even when the tablet is in standby mode. The S Pen is the size of a normal pen, and is a great addition for a tablet with a stylus.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is designed with landscape users in mind. Unlike the iPad, the Tab S7 FE doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner. However, its USB-C port provides fast charging. The Tab S7 FE also lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack. A volume rocker is also available for quick adjustments. The power button, on the other hand, triggers Bixby by default. When long-pressed, the power button displays power options.

The battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is excellent. Its large 10,900mAh battery consistently lasts for a full workday. Even simple tasks such as writing notes barely deplete the battery. Even a 45-minute video call consumed just 5% of the device’s battery. Even with overnight idle usage, the tablet’s battery life is adequate for most users.