The new premium tablet Galaxy Tab S7 from Samsung is sold at 719 euros in its Wi-Fi version with 128 GB of storage. It is now available at the same price in a pack with the Galaxy Buds Live wireless headphones.
While the next Galaxy Unpacked conference is about to lift the veil on the next flagship of the Korean brand, the previous edition in August 2020 had already unveiled many products, including the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Buds Live. These two high-end products are now united in a very economical pack.
- The power of the Snapdragon 865+ in a tablet
- Compatibility with the new Wi-Fi 6 standard
- New wireless headphones offered!
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is usually sold alone for 719 euros in its Wi-Fi version with 128 GB of storage. Thanks to this pack, it is now available at the same price with free Galaxy Buds Live wireless headphones, worth 199 euros.
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The Galaxy Tab S7 is Samsung’s new high-end tablet, and therefore replaces the S6. The design remains virtually unchanged from its predecessor, still with that borderless look and nicely rounded corners. However, the screen is no longer AMOLED, but IPS LCD with a diagonal that goes from 10.5 to 11 inches. That being said, the panel is still very well made and accommodates a 120 Hz mode for more fluidity.
No Exynos on the horizon, this tablet is powered by Qualcomm’s ultra-powerful chip, aka the Snapdragon 865+, with 6 GB of RAM. It is one of the most powerful configurations of the moment, which ensures a flawless user experience, with or without DeX mode, where the most resource-intensive games will run like a charm. No 5G compatibility however, but we take comfort in the presence of Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 6.
We also appreciate its 4 AKG speakers for its particularly remarkable sound for a tablet, which is ideal for viewing streaming content from time to time. Regarding autonomy, Samsung announces an endurance of about 15 hours with the 8000 mAh battery, rechargeable quickly via the USB-C port.
A quick note is still welcome for the Galaxy Buds Live. These wireless headphones take the shape of the magic beans from Dragon Ball and are very comfortable to wear. This format open-fit does not, however, provide good passive isolation and active noise reduction – integrated for the first time on Samsung headphones – necessarily suffers. The sound quality is still there and the autonomy is exemplary, up to 30 hours with the case compatible with wireless charging.
To find out even more, do not hesitate to read our respective reviews for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live.
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