New tablets phones: Samsung Accidentally Leaks Surprise New Tablet Range
On Samsung’s German product page yesterday, details of a new, yet-to-be-released tablet line were unintentionally revealed.
The new tablets phones Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE (Fan Edition) will replace the Galaxy Tab Lite line, according to WinFuture. If the “Fan Edition” name seems familiar, it’s because it’s the same as the Galaxy S20 FE, which debuted earlier this year as a less expensive version of the flagship S20.
While the smartphone had several display problems, it was a popular cellphone because to its inexpensive pricing and high-end technology.
Samsung is clearly hoping to capitalize on its smartphone success with the new tablet, although the specifications aren’t quite as remarkable. For starters, the 12.4-inch FHD display will be an LCD screen with a 60Hz refresh rate, rather than an OLED panel.
That’s rather low-end for a new Samsung smartphone in 2021, even if it’s a cheap one. The S20 FE has a 120Hz refresh rate and an FHD OLED display.
Although the smartphone had significant touch-input difficulties, as a repair specialist I talked with noted, this might have been due to Samsung attempting to accomplish 120Hz on the cheap. With the Tab S7 FE, the Korean manufacturer may be attempting to avoid similar issues.
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A Qualcomm 750G CPU, 4GB of RAM, expandable storage, and a 10,090mAh battery round out the features. There’s also an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera.
The device’s middling features are bolstered by its huge battery and FHD display, but the low RAM is a cause for worry; even the S20 FE had a minimum of 6GB.
The good news is that the S Pen is included, which is why Samsung’s tablets are so enjoyable to use. I use KineMaster, which is built for rapid mobile editing, to edit videos on my Tab S7+.
Because video editing necessitates a level of skill that isn’t always achievable with your fingertips, the S Pen comes in useful. Take a look at some of my work.
Most innovative mobile applications are built to operate on as many phones as possible, and they don’t necessarily have high hardware needs – thus the S7 FE’s specifications should suffice.
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For creative work, the big battery and energy-efficient display will be a major plus. The new cheap gadget is priced at €649 (approximately $795 in the US; however, the US pricing will not be a direct conversion and will most likely be much less), with no firm release date set.
The FE branding of the cheap S20 smartphone is carried over to the tablet, but the specs are not. Samsung, on the other hand, knows how to provide a nice tablet experience, especially with its S Pen technology, so if Samsung can keep the price low, this might be an excellent entry-level tablet from a mostly trustworthy line.