The Galaxy Tab S7 is the latest and greatest from Samsung. The company officially announced the tablet back on August 5, during its first Unpacked event. The tablet packs some decent features so the price won't be exceedingly low. It's also not going to be insanely high, at least not for the base model.
So if you're in the market for a tablet that runs on Android, this is the one. It also won't be long before Samsung makes it available. Because you'll be able to buy the Galaxy Tab S7 in the very near future.
You can buy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 on September
Wondering when you can purchase your very own Samsung Galaxy Tab S7? Soon. Very soon, in fact, as the tablet launches this month.
Today Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Tab S7 would go on sale on September 18. It'll be available on Samsung's own website, as well as through various retail partners like Amazon, Best Buy, and more. Carriers are also likely to sell at least the 5G model. So keep that in mind.
As for the cost, it starts at $650. That's for the 11-inch model of the Galaxy Tab S7. You can also bump up to the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7+ model for $850. Samsung will also be selling both versions of the tablet in WiFi and 5G variants.
Depending on your configurations, the price is going to go up. As you can modify the storage amount.
Choose from 128GB, 256GB, 0r 512GB of internal storage
If you don't need a lot of internal storage then you're much better off sticking with the 128GB model of the device.
Whether you go with the Galaxy Tab S7 or Galaxy Tab S7+, you're looking at $650 or $850 respectively. If you bump up to the 256GB model though, those prices increase to $730 or $930.
And if you go for the 512GB models, then the prices jump to $830 and $1,030. And these are just the Wi-Fi-only models. The tablet will also be sold in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, and you can get either color in any of the configurations mentioned.
So really there's not a lot of limitation in what your choices are. Samsung has pretty much given consumers free reign here. Once you settle on which options you really need or want.