What’s the difference between the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and the S7+? (Pocket-lint) – At its Unpacked event on August 5, 2020, Samsung showed off two tablets: the S7 and S7+. This was in addition to the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, which were two of the best phones of 2020.
You might have guessed that the “Plus” model is the bigger one. But that isn’t the only difference. Here, we’ll go over the details and help you decide which of these two tablets might be best for you. Also, keep in mind that there’s also a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8.
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Samsung wants to be the best tablet company, so it makes sense that its Tab S7 and S7 Plus models are about the same size as Apple’s iPad Pro models. Even though the Galaxy Tab prices are not cheap by any means, they are less than what Apple is asking for, which helps Samsung stay competitive.
The Galaxy Tab S7 has been out for a while, but Samsung is now pushing the Galaxy Tab S8 models instead. This could make it harder to get your hands on a Galaxy Tab S7.
What’s the difference & similarities between the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, S8+, and S8 Ultra?
Tab S7: 254 x 165 x 6.3mm; 495g
Tab S7+: 285 x 185 x 5.7mm; 590g
First of all, these two tablets are not the same size. The Plus model has a bigger screen, so its size is also bigger. However, this bigger tablet is actually a little bit thinner than the other one.
The Plus also has a fingerprint scanner built into the screen, while the standard S7 has one on the side.
In terms of how they are made, the two tablets feel a lot alike. That’s because the frame is made of high-quality aluminum that feels strong without being too heavy. Neither has a 3.5mm port for headphones.
Tab S7: 11-inch IPS LCD, 1600 x 2560 resolution
Tab S7+: 12.4-inch Super AMOLED, 1752 x 2800 resolution
Both of these: The ratio is 16:10, the dynamic range is HDR10+, and the refresh rate is 120Hz.
The diagonal size of the screen on the S7 Plus is 12.4 inches, while the diagonal size of the screen on the standard S7 is 11 inches. The Plus also has an AMOLED panel, while the standard S7 has an IPS LCD panel. Both have good viewing angles, but the OLED panel has the edge when it comes to ultra-black levels.
With a bigger screen, the Plus has more pixels, but because of how it scales, the pixel density is just a little bit lower than on the standard S7.
Both models have a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate for smoother scrolling and playback. This is an interesting take since Samsung didn’t give the “entry” Note the faster refresh panel in Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
Both cameras are 13MP f/2.0, and the main camera is 5MP f/2.2.
Both have an 8MP selfie camera on the front.
The camera isn’t really why you buy a tablet. At the same time, these can be useful for face-to-face calls, taking a picture of something you need to send to a coworker, and so on. Both devices have the same specs, and the front camera is on the longer side so that it can be used for calls in landscape mode when the Tab S7 is being used as a laptop.
Specs on hardware
Both of these: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+, 6GB RAM
Tab S7 has a 7,040 mAh battery and can be charged quickly with 45W.
Tab S7+ has a 10,090 mAh battery and 45W fast charging.
Both of these: One UI and Two interfaces for Android OS
Both of these: Connectivity with 5G
Both of these tablets have the most powerful chipsets available, so they don’t hold back on power. Those mobile Android games that can make the most of the size and resolution of the screen won’t be left wanting and will give the smoothest experience.
In terms of battery life, the Plus model’s larger size means that it can fit about 40% more battery capacity into its frame. This means that it’s likely to last longer than the other one. Both models can be charged quickly.