Samsung is reportedly working on the all-new Galaxy Tab S7. With a release likely on tap for 2020, we want to take prospective buyers through the best reasons to wait for Samsung’s new flagship tablet and the best reasons to skip it and go with something else.
If you’re looking for a new tablet right now, you’ve got a ton of options to sift through.
They’re much cheaper than they once were and both devices should get upgraded to Android 10 and Samsung’s new One UI in the near future.
All of these devices should be on your radar, but you’ll also want to take note of the 2020 tablet rumors that have popped up in recent weeks.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Rumors
The device is carrying two model numbers, SM-T970 and SM-T975, which likely correspond to a Wi-Fi-only variant and a variant with cellular connectivity.
Other than that, we know very little about Samsung’s plans though we can make some predictions based on the company’s typical release protocol.
With the Galaxy Tab S7 now on the horizon, those of you in the hunt for a new tablet have an important decision to make. While some of you might want to hang around and wait for the Galaxy Tab S7, others are better off going with another Galaxy Tab or another tablet model.
In this guide we’ll take you through some of the best reasons to wait for the rumored Galaxy Tab S7 and the best reasons to go with something else.
Wait for Even Better Performance
Samsung always makes year-to-year upgrades to the Galaxy Tab's internals and we expect the new model to deliver an assortment of performance upgrades.
The Galaxy Tab S6 utilizes Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip and you can expect the Galaxy Tab S7 to come with an updated chip.
A newer processor could help improve critical features like battery life, overall speed, multitasking, and gaming.
The Galaxy Tab S7 probably won't come with the type of camera upgrades Samsung brought to the Galaxy S series this year, but you can also expect the company to improve the device's camera(s).
The Galaxy Tab S6 was the first Galaxy Tab model to come with a dual camera setup. It also has an 8MP sensor up front.
So if you want a ton of horsepower, but aren't interested in the new iPad Pros, think about waiting for the Galaxy Tab S7.
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