Samsung just slightly refreshed its Tab S7 tablet lineup with a new color and storage option. The company is now listing the Phantom Navy color option for the Galaxy Tab S7+ and Galaxy Tab S7, but the new blue color is out of stock for now. It could only be found on the company’s German website.
The Phantom Navy is an extra option aside from the already available Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver options. Roland Quandt is also reporting that Samsung will start offering a new half a terabyte version of the Tab S7+. We don’t have price details just yet. We’ve already reviewed the device and you can watch the video on Youtube soon.
I’m talking about the Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G, which comes with a skinny metal shell, that’s less than 6 mm in thickness. During our time with the device it was bumped up from Android 10 and One UI 2.5 to Android 11 and One UI 3.1. It brought on features like the ability to continue using apps opened on another Samsung device, second screen features, new lockscreen widgets and expanded functionality. The tablet comes with a 120 Hz screen, a bundled S Pen with 9 ms latency and the same gestures as the Note 20 Ultra one.
The screen is a gorgeous 12.4 inch Super AMOLED and I was blown away by the quad AKG tuned speakers.
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