Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ are the first 5G tablets in the US
When you snap the keyboard onto the Tab S7, the system will automatically load Samsung’s DeX desktop interface for Android. Although I still have my reservations about DeX mode, the company has updated its software to make it easier to use with multiple screens. Just like with the Note 20, DeX now works wirelessly, too, so you can use a compatible TV as an extension for your tablet or phone’s contents. Samsung also worked with Microsoft to integrate Word, Excel and PowerPoint into the Tab S7 and S7+ so you have better productivity apps built in.
Samsung’s recent tablets have all come with the S Pen, and the Tab S7 is no different. The company has refined its stylus to near-perfection, but this iteration brings about improved latency of 9ms, which puts it on par with the Apple Pencil. It’ll also support the Air Actions feature that let you use the S Pen as a remote control and do things like draw a circle in mid-air to switch camera lenses.
Along with the S Pen tweaks, Samsung also updated its Notes app to offer integrated PDF annotation for documents you import. You’ll be able to attach voice recordings and jot down notes that sync with specific timestamps on the audio, too. If you like your scribbles looking nice and neat, you’ll appreciate the new Auto Straighten feature that tidies things up for you. The file management interface in Notes also got revamped for better organization with customizable folder and ...
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