Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 in Kenya
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 price in Kenya is KSh82,000. The Galaxy Tab S7 features an 11.0 inches display, an Android 10 with One UI 2, and a Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865+ (7 nm+) chipset. It also comes with a 13 MP camera and a 7040 mAh battery. The tablet comes in colors Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Silver.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 specs and price in Kenya
|Price in Kenya||KSh82,000|
|Processor||Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865+ (7 nm+)|
|Operating System||Android 10, One UI 2|
|Internal||128GB 6GB RAM, 256GB|
|Connectivity||GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G|
|Rear Camera||13 MP + 5 MP|
|Front Camera||8 MP|
|Display||11.0 inch LTPS IPS LCD|
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Po 7040 mAh|
|Charging||Fast charging 45W|
Samsung announced its latest tablet Galaxy Tab S7 smartphone. It comes with 45W fast-charging for the 7040 mAh battery, as well as an aggressive price tag for its midrange specs and features. It arrives in three colors – Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, and Mystic Silver. There are two price tags for Galaxy Tab S7 in Kenya as well for the different memory variants.
While most of their specs are similar, battery capacity will reportedly differ between the Tab S7 and the Tab S7 Plus. The Plus model will have a bigger 10,090 mAh battery, while the regular Tab S7 will have a 7,040 mAh battery. Both will reportedly feature support for fast-charging at up to 45W, although WinFuture notes that they may only come with a 15W charger in the box.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has a brushed aluminum antibody and looks quite sleek. It’s pretty sizable built on a 12.4-inch screen. This tablet is quite thin (253.8 x 165.3 x 6.3 mm) and relatively light for its size (500 g). Holding it with one hand is more manageable than on its bigger brother, but with two hands it is quite comfortable. All color versions of this tablet attract plenty of fingerprints. So be sure to slap on a case. And they are Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, Mystic Silver, and Phantom Navy.
Despite Galaxy Tab S7’s larger size, it has the same active S-Pen you will find on the Galaxy Note 20. It has ultra-low 9-millisecond latency. And it offers the same features here. Taking notes is super easy. And the low latency coupled with a high refresh rate of the screen makes the writing sensation feel really authentic. The notes app can convert whatever you’ve written into the text. You can then export this text as a file, like a PDF or a word document. Plus, all of the notes you take can be synced via the Samsung cloud.
This responsive stylus works great for drawing too. Screen translate is yet another useful feature of this S-Pen. There are also a variety of air actions, which are just your controls for the UI or supported apps. The Spen runs on a battery and recharges wirelessly.
As far as cameras go, there aren’t any major changes this year. The setup is the same as the Galaxy Tab S6. There’s a 13-megapixel main camera and a 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera. In good lighting, this phone takes nice 13 megapixel images. There’s very good resolve detail, even in complex areas the colors are accurate and you have low noise. The 5 megapixel shots from the ultrawide camera are okay. The results of its 8 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide) are usable. They come out pretty nice. You get photos with enough detail and punchy colors.
The Tab S7 will happily stream HD video from all popular services. Using the tablet and bright conditions is no problem either. Since the screen is not AMOLED, it supports a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and not an under-display of the Plus. The content looks good and the sound on this tablet is amazing too. Thanks for its quad stereo speaker setup tuned by AKG and have Dolby Atmos support. There is no 3.5-millimeter jack on this device though. For traditional headphones, you’ll need to use a USB-C adapter or connect USBC headphones.
The screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 itself is TFT with 1600 x 2560 resolution. This gives you a total of 274 PPI (PPI higher than on the Plus). It has a 120 Hz refresh rate. This screen looks great. Enabling the high refresh rate doesn’t require you to change the resolution and it makes supported content and UI elements appear much smoother.
If you turn on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, you get something a bit different from a smartphone UI. This is more like what you’d find on a PC. Complete with stacking windows for each open app. Furthermore, Samsung offers a keyboard, which you can attach to the tablet (sold separately). But you can also connect your own wireless keyboard and mouse. With this setup, what you will have before you is a substitute for a small laptop. It’s nice that you get expandable storage here on the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus as well as Tab S7. This is to say you can add on top of the 128 or 256 GB onboard. Something you do not see on the iPad Pro.
Now, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7’s interface is of a smartphone. It is Samsung’s one UI 2.5 based on Android 10. This is outside the box. But upon upgrading this one will run Android 12, One UI 4. You get a standard notification shade as well as a system-wide dark mode. Typical for Android! You can find all of your apps within an app drawer and you even get Samsung’s edge panels handy for storing shortcuts. It’s worth noting that you can use the Galaxy Tab S7 in portrait or landscape orientation. Microsoft products are well integrated here, you get plenty of apps pre-installed including the Microsoft office suites and, and OneDrive.