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By no means a powerhouse or a direct iPad Pro (2021) rival, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE feels like it should have received a little more attention than it actually did, being by far the most impressive Android slate released by Samsung this year in the absence of the ultra-high-end Tab S8 family.
We’re talking about none other than Amazon and $50 and $80 markdowns available for 64 and 256GB models with no cellular connectivity respectively. The latter configuration normally costs a whopping $679.99, packing a hefty 8 gigs of RAM compared to the modest 4GB memory count of the more affordable tablet.
There are no other differences in specifications between the two, mind you, so whatever your storage and memory option, you’re looking at a reasonably sharp but not particularly smooth screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and 60Hz refresh rate capabilities, an absolutely huge battery equipped with blazing fast 45W charging technology, a microSD card slot, a premium design made from aluminum and glass, and perhaps most remarkably, a built-in S Pen included at no extra cost.