It’s been two weeks since Samsung debuted the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite and the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, but things aren’t going well it seems. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE could end up being delayed because of supply issues and also Covid. The new report comes from the local South Korean media.
They clam that the device has been delayed by a month and it’ll come in July instead of June. The delay is supposed to have been caused by global semiconductor supply shortages and also the fact that production at the Samsung plants in Vietnam was disrupted by Covid. Interestingly enough this doesn’t affect the globe in equal manner. The Tab S7 FE is already up for sale in Russia. Samsung has even yet to detail the slate’s availability in South Korea, which makes the new rumor hold more water.
Since I mentioned the Russian debut above, you should know that the Galaxy Tab S7 FE LTE comes in 4 colors: black, green, silver and pink gold. It comes with 64 or 128 GB of storage and it starts at 49.990 rubles, which is $692. The 128 GB model is priced at $761. The tablet packs a 12.4 inch screen, of the TFT variety sadly and offering a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution. Inside we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor, a large 10.090 mAh battery and quad speakers tuned by AKG.
45W charging is available, but the bundled charger is probably a modest one, at 15 or 25W, if it’s even included in the package.
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