New Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, Tab S7+ is available for pre-order in India, starting at Rs 55,999

Samsung has been busy this month in making a lot of official releases in its mobile device category. The company has now unveiled two new tablets at the Galaxy Unpacked event earlier this month which was named the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. Both the tablets had high-end features and were made to compete with the likes of Apple tablets. Both the tablets came with 120Hz displays and were the most powerful tablets from Samsung yet. Samsung has now officially announced that the tablets will not be available in India for sale, starting at Rs 55,999. 

The tablets will also be getting their own dedicated S-Pens which has been a signature part of the note series. The S-Pen has been added to the tablet to directly compete with Apple iPad Pro. The Galaxy tab S7 is priced starting at Rs 55,999 for the Wi-Fi variant with 128GB of storage, and at Rs 63,999 for the LTE variant. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is priced at Rs 79,999 for the LTE variant with 128GB of storage. The users can also purchase the keyboard cover for tablets something very similar to what is found with Apple iPad Pro and will cost them around Rs 15,999 and Rs 17,999. 

The Galaxy S7 tab Wifi models will be sold through Reliance Retail and Samsung Shop. and all the other models through Samsung Shop, Amazon, Flipkart, and select retail outlets. If you want to buy this tablet right now, you can pre-order it today and receive a good discount on the keyboard. The users can also avail cashback using HDFC credit card for payments. These tablets will be using all new 120Hz HDR10+ panels and both of them will be powered by the Snapdragon 865+ processors. The tablets will also have an 8,000mAh battery on the Tab S7+ and a massive 10,090mAh on the bigger version. 

SourceNews18

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