As we speak, Samsung formally launched a brand new pill (h/t SamMobile). Touchdown with the “Fan Version” branding, it’s a extra budget-oriented tackle the corporate’s profitable Galaxy Tab S7 sequence.
These of you aware of the Fan Version moniker will know the way this works. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE seems lots just like the common Tab S7 however pares down some options to decrease the worth. Samsung has seen nice success with this technique in relation to smartphones, with the Galaxy S20 FE being our favourite telephone of 2020. That is the primary time Samsung’s used the branding for a pill, although.
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Sadly, the pill is just formally out in Russia at the moment. What’s extra, a report from South Korea (Samsung’s house turf) means that it could possibly be a Russia unique for fairly some time. Based on the report, the continuing world chip scarcity could be stopping Samsung from doing a wider launch.
The pill begins at 49,990 Russian rubles (~$696) for the 4GB/64GB LTE model. There’s additionally a 6GB/128GB LTE model for 54,990 rubles (~$765). These costs are unusual as a result of the Galaxy Tab S7 itself begins at $649. Nonetheless, pricing for various nations not often interprets unilaterally.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE: Specs and options
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE comes with a 12.4-inch show with a decision of two,560 x 1,600. Inside is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, which ought to ship a strong (however nonetheless mid-range) expertise. It has a solitary 5MP digicam on the entrance and an 8MP shooter on the again.
Android 11 powers the pill and there’s a ten,090mAh battery inside that costs at 45W with a cable.
Included with the pill is an S Pen, the identical one which comes with the mainline Tab S7 fashions. Nonetheless, the pill doesn’t have a spot to retailer the pill internally — nor a headphone jack.
You’ll have just a few colour decisions for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, together with black, silver, inexperienced, and pink.