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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G

I’ve always been fascinated by the novelty of tablets. Over the years I’ve come to certain criteria when buying tablets. Let’s have a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G.

Main Criteria List

  1. Price

  2. Specs

  3. Usability

Price The Tab S7 FE 5G packs a punch for what you are paying. Retailing in the USA for only $ 519.99 you really do get bang for your buck. Compared to the Galaxy Tab S7+ coming in at $ 899.99 you are saving a lot and not offering up any useful features in my opinion.

Specs When it comes to specs for tablets I am somewhat very picky. If I invest in buying a tablet I want to make sure that the specs will carry me for the next 2+ years. Laggy performance, low-quality resolutions, poor battery performance or any of these related spec issues is a no-go for me. With that being said, paying $ 899.99 for a high-end tablet is not in everyone’s budget, certainly not mine. That is where the Tab S7 FE comes into play.

You would expect with a price cut there will be certain performance cuts, but actually not. I’ve been using the Tab S7 FE for about 2 months and here is what my experience was.

  1. Display: 12.4″ TFT with 2560 x 1600 WQXGA Resolution

  2. S-Pen

  3. Processor: 2.2GHz, 1.8GHz, Octa-Core CPU

  4. 6GB RAM

  5. 128GB Internal Memory

  6. MicroSD Support up to 1TB

  7. 4G LTE and 5G LTE Support

  8. 10090 mAh Battery

*Full specs available on Samsung Website With these specs I am able to work in power user mode! No performance lagging, no resolution distortion and certainly no charging my tab every few hours. I must say I was skeptical before buying this tab as I was sure there had to be performance caps seeing the price drop; however, I am really impressed. The battery lasts me more than 2 days, when I really push performance the battery lasts between 1 and 2 days. The responsiveness on the processing is right up the ally of the high end version, and the 12.4″ screen real estate gives you a smooth viewing experience. The only downside I found spec wise is the absence of the fingerprint sensor. It still has facial recognition, which I can say is pretty on par and very quick; however, in low light (little or no light at all, working with screen light) the facial recognition struggles. But once again, you offer up a few features which is not that significant to get a significant price drop.

Let’s talk about gaming. Gaming has formed a huge part of the mobile industry, from AAA titles like Call Of Duty Mobile and PUBG to Arcade style games and Simulators like Farming Simulator. The Tab S7 FE can definitely handle the crunch. You can play all the AAA titles with ease and having that extra screen real estate means that you can definitely immerse yourself in the full gaming experience. You can even further your experience by pairing your tab with a console controller, chucking away on-screen controls for even more space on the screen.


When I talk about usability, I stress the fact if I am going to use the Tab to its full potential. I don’t want to spend $ 519.99 if I am only going to use the Tab for reading email now and then or casually playing a game once in a while. Well with the Tab S7 FE I was certainly impressed with usability. I was lucky enough to get the Keyboard and Cover with my Tab. This opens up a lot of new opportunities along with the S-Pen. As someone always on the move, I can literally pop the tablet open on a table, hop into Dex Mode and have a full Desktop/Laptop experience. I can run my whole office out of Dex with the necessary applications and web-based programs. When I am done working, I can exit Dex Mode and work in a full COD Mobile session without hassles. So in conclusion yes the usability of the Tab S7 FE definitely falls into my scope of 5 stars.

Final Thoughts

I can definitely recommend the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G. The performance is not affected by the price drop. You still get the premium high end look, feel and performance, all for a budgeted price.

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