Apple may have just launched its new iPad Pro range
but Samsung is now fighting back with its own tablet upgrade. The Korean technology firm has just announced the launch of its new Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G which arrives packed with big features and even a stylus in the box – that’s something Apple charges an extra £119 for. Along with that digital S Pen for free, fans will also be treated to a large 12.4-inch display, fast Octa-core processor and 5G network speeds that will allow this device to access super fast downloads when away from fixed-line broadband.
Samsung is boasting that its new tablet will be powerful enough to keep up with most modern needs with users able to open multiple tabs or applications at once. You’ll also be able to add a keyboard case which will then transform this device into a mini laptop for improved productivity.
The Tab S7 is finished in metal and comes in four colours: Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, Mystic Green, and Mystic Pink.
Prices will start from £589 which makes it around the same price as Apple’s iPad Air. Samsung says it will be available from June 2 in select retailers.
As an added incentive to hit the “buy” button, When you purchase the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G, you will also get unlimited access to Samsung TV Plus for free. That means you can make the most of your new tablet by streaming 90+ channels in the UK, including your favourite shows, movies, and more.
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“The demand for tablets is continually growing, and our customers are looking for devices that can keep up with their creative and busy lifestyles,” said James Kitto, Vice-President of Sales, Samsung UK & Ireland.
“We’re excited to provide our customers with technology they can integrate seamlessly into their everyday lives. Whether it’s for studying remotely, connecting with friends or watching the latest shows, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G and Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite are packed with the latest and greatest features. With these new devices, customers can stay organised, multitask and do more of what they love.”
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