Samsung's latest FE device, Galaxy Tab S7 Fan Edition tablet, comes to the US

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(Pocket-lint) - Samsung is launching a caller Fan Edition instrumentality successful the US. But it's not a phone. It's a tablet. Called the Galaxy Tab S7 Fan Edition, it features a 12.4-inch display, enactment for the S Pen, and 5G and Wi-Fi connectivity options.

The tablet was archetypal revealed, with planetary availability, successful May.

Keep successful caput Samsung's archetypal Fan Edition instrumentality was a Galaxy smartphone: The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, oregon Fan Edition. It gave Samsung different rotation of the S20 dice, to effort and pull those who didn't instrumentality a wound of the pome the archetypal clip around. It featured a plan akin to the Galaxy S20 bid but made a mates of changes successful bid to trim the price, similar a integrative rear alternatively of glass.

You tin work our reappraisal of the Galaxy S20 FE here. 

Now, Samsung is extending the marque to its tablets. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE runs Android 11 and packs 4GB representation and 64GB retention with microSD enactment up to 1TB. Other features see a 5-megapixel beforehand camera for video calls and an 8-megapixel AF camera. And, of course, an S Pen stylus is included.

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The Galaxy Tab S7 FE volition beryllium disposable with 5G connected 5 August 2021, with a starting terms of $669. You tin get it successful Mystic Black and Metal Unibody colourways. There volition besides beryllium a Wi-Fi model. Pre-orders for that commencement the aforesaid day. It volition outgo $529 and beryllium disposable successful Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, Mystic Light Green, Mystic Light Pink, and Metal Unibody colours. In the US, you tin bargain the tablet from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.

Samsung.com volition besides merchantability the tablet, on with a caller Galaxy Book Go 5G for $799.99 and Galaxy Chromebook Go for $349.99. Pre-orders commencement 5 August.

Writing by Maggie Tillman. Originally published connected 4 August 2021.

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