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Samsung Galaxy S series
The 2015 logo of Samsung Galaxy S
DeveloperSamsung Electronics
TypeSmartphones and tablets Android
Release date4 June 2010; 10 years ago (2010-06-04)
System on a chipSamsung Exynos
Qualcomm Snapdragon
The Samsung Galaxy S logo until 2015

The Samsung Galaxy S series is a line of high-end Android mobile devices produced by Samsung Electronics.

The series consisted initially of smartphones and the first device, the Samsung Galaxy S, was announced in March 2010 and released for sale in June of that year. Samsung later expanded the Galaxy S line to tablet computers with the announcement of the Galaxy Tab S in June 2014 and released the next month. As of January 2021, the latest smartphones in the Galaxy S series are the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, which were first released in January 2021. The Samsung Galaxy Tab series is the related tablet line, which includes the tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 released in August 2020.

Phones[edit]

Samsung Galaxy S[edit]

The original Samsung Galaxy S smartphone was announced in March 2010 and released on 4 June 2010; 10 years ago (2010-06-04).

  • Display: 4.0" Super AMOLED display with 480x800 pixel resolution
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 3
  • Storage: Between 2 and 16 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Battery: 1500 mAh (user-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy S2[edit]

The company announced the Samsung Galaxy S2 on 13 February 2011; 10 years ago (2011-02-13).

Samsung Galaxy S3[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S3 was announced on 3 May 2012; 8 years ago (2012-05-03). It features a multiwindow feature whereby users can use two apps simultaneously (available from Android 4.1 “Premium Suite Upgrade”),[1] an "Ambient Light" feature whereby the screen brightness can automatically adjust to the light level, a "Smart Stay" feature that can prevent the phone's screen from turning off by looking at the phone,[2] a personal assistant called S Voice,[3] the ability to tag faces in the phone's gallery,[4] an "S Beam" feature to transfer files via NFC,[5] an LED light on the front of the phone that can be used for notifications, a "Motion Gestures" feature whereby users can accomplish tasks by moving the phone,[6] and color point effects for the camera.[7]

The Galaxy S3 is the first Samsung mobile phone with wireless charging support that can be enabled using a special back cover that connects to dedicated pins under the rear cover.[8]

  • Display: 4.8" Super AMOLED display with 720x1280 pixel resolution
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 4 Quad, Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960, or Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8228
  • Storage: 16, 32, or 64 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 1 GB (S3 GT-i9300), 1.5 GB (S3 Neo GT-i9301), or 2 GB (S3 LTE GT-i9305)
  • Battery: 2100 mAh (user-replaceable)
  • FM radio receiver (GT-i9300 only)

Samsung Galaxy S4[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S4 was announced by Samsung on 14 March 2013; 8 years ago (2013-03-14). Improvements over its predecessor, the Galaxy S3, include an infrared blaster that allowed the phone to be a universal remote control,[9][10] a "Smart.Program" feature that would pause videos when nobody was looking at the screen,[11] a "Smart Rotation" feature whereby the screen rotation blocked itself by detecting the user's face,[12] a "Smart Scroll" feature whereby webpages would automatically scroll by tilting the head or device,[13] a "Story Album" feature,[14] a barometer to measure the altitude level,[15] the ability to measure the ambient temperature,[15] the ability to measure the ambient humidity percentage,[15] a one-handed mode (available via update),[16] the ability to increase the sensitivity for usage with gloves,[17] an "Air View" feature that allows information to be shown by hovering the screen without touching it,[18] an "Air Gesture" feature" whereby users can control the device by moving the hand over the phone,[19] the option to adapt the phone to an optimal display[20] and optimal sound,[21] the ability to take a photo and record up to nine seconds of sound,[22] the ability to take a fast-motion photo and make a repeat effect,[23] the ability to take a photo and animate it,[24] and the ability to erase parts of a photo.[25]

The resolution of the main (rear) camera has been increased to 13 Megapixels, and it is able to capture 9.6 Megapixel photographs during video recording at 1080p. The front camera has 2.1 Megapixels and its video resolution has been increased to 1080p.[26][27]

The Galaxy S4 was introduced with so many features the phone was called feature creep[28] and called innovation[29] by some.

Next to the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy S4 is the only Samsung mobile phone to be equipped with thermometer and hygrometer sensors.

More than 80 million units have been sold, making it the most sold Android-powered mobile phone of all time.[30]

Samsung Galaxy S5[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S5 was announced on 24 February 2014; 7 years ago (2014-02-24). It improves upon the Galaxy S4 by adding a heart rate monitor,[31] IP67 water resistance,[32] a fingerprint scanner,[33] the ability to record 4K videos (2160p at 30fps) and 1080p at twice the frame rate (60 fps),[34] the ability to take better photos in low light levels,[35] a "Download Booster" feature to increase download levels to the maximum bandwidth allowed,[36] the ability to restrict the usage of battery by limiting the phone's usage,[37] and USB 3.0.[38] It lacks the thermometer (temperature) sensor, hygrometer (humidity) sensor, and "Story Album" features from the preceding Galaxy S4.

The Galaxy S5 is the first Samsung mobile phone where the touch key on the left side of the home button is a task key instead of an option key.

It is the last mobile phone in the Galaxy S series to be equipped with a user-replaceable battery. The Galaxy S5 is the last mobile phone in the Galaxy S series with a micro-SIM card; later phones use a nano-SIM card.[39][40]

Since the Galaxy S5, the model number (e.g. SM-G900F) is no longer displayed on the boot screen.[41]

Samsung Galaxy S6[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S6 series consists of four phones: the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. Samsung first announced the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on 1 March 2015; 6 years ago (2015-03-01). On 13 August 2015; 5 years ago (2015-08-13), Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 edge+, along with the Galaxy Note5. The Galaxy S6 series improves upon its predecessors by adding the ability to quickly charge the phone with up to 15 watts using Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0,[42] virtual reality (compatible with the Galaxy Gear VR), a "Smart Manager" feature,[43] and the ability to customize the interface with themes.[44] It also features a new metal and glass build.

Feature removals

The Galaxy S6 series removes several features, including some long-term key features, from its predecessors, such as the microSD card slot, Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support, water protection, Air Gesture control, Air View, Smart Pause, Smart Rotation, Smart Scroll, the one-handed operation mode, increased sensitivity of the capacitive touch screen for use with gloves, and USB 3.0 support. In addition, the batteries in the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are smaller than the battery in the Galaxy S5, and are not replaceable by end users.

The decision of denying users the replacement of their batteries is claimed to have been postponed throughout the Samsung Galaxy S series until users be confindent about charging their phones, claimed Justin Denison, then vice president of product strategy at Samsung, on stage at the Unpacked 2015 Episode 1 keynote event.[45][46]

Camera

It is the first main model phone to feature optical image stabilization on the rear camera and also improves upon it with the brighter f/1.9 aperture that enables improved low-light performance for both photography and video recording, the first Samsung phone with a dedicated camera quick launcher (home button double-press) and also the first Samsung flagship device to capture slow motion video with audio and original framerate (120 frames per second) which can be edited in a precluded editor software accessible through the gallery software.[47]

Other

The Galaxy S6 is the first mobile phone in the Galaxy S series with a nano-SIM card; earlier Galaxy phones use a micro-SIM card or "standard" (mini-SIM) card.[39][40]

The S6 Edge Plus, being released simultaneously with the Galaxy Note 5, is not equipped with an infrared transmitter for use as a remote control.

  • Display: 5.1" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2560 pixel resolution (Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge); 5.7" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2560 pixel resolution (Galaxy S6 edge+)
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7420
  • Storage: 32, 64, or 128 GB
  • RAM: 3 GB (Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge); 4 GB (Galaxy S6 edge+)
  • Battery: 2550 mAh (Galaxy S6); 2600 mAh (Galaxy S6 edge); 3000 mAh (Galaxy S6 edge+), 3500 mAh (Galaxy S6 Active) (non-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy S7[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S7 series, which consists of the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active, was announced on 21 February 2016; 5 years ago (2016-02-21). They improve upon the Galaxy S6 by adding an always-on display to optionally show information while the screen is off,[48] a "Dual Pixel" camera feature for faster autofocus,[49] improved low-light photos,[50] and IP68 water resistance.[51] (The Galaxy S5 had IP67 water resistance; however, the Galaxy S6 lacked this feature.) It also includes a microSD card reader,[52] which had been present on the Galaxy S5 and earlier iterations of the Galaxy S line but was not present on the Galaxy S6. However, the IR blaster was removed from the Galaxy S7.[53]

Camera

The camera in the Galaxy S7 has 12 megapixels,[54] down from the Galaxy S6's 16 megapixels to achieve a larger pixel size on the image sensor, enabling it to capture more light under the same conditions.

Its rear camera aperture of f/1.7 was the then brightest aperture on any mobile phone camera. Its front camera, although having the same resolution as the Galaxy S6's one (2592×1944 photo; 2560×1440p video), has a brighter f/1.7 aperture as well, compared to the f/1.9 on the Galaxy S6.

The five-minute time limitation for 2160p video present in preceding devices has been removed.[55]

Storage
In the United States and some European markets, only the lowest storage option of 32 GB was shipped, meaning that the internal storage capacity has only doubled in the 7 years since the 2009 Samsung i8000 Omnia II flagship which available with up to 16 GB.[56]
  • Display: 5.1" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2560 pixel resolution (Galaxy S7); 5.5" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2560 pixel resolution (Galaxy S7 edge)
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 8890 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
  • Storage: 32, 64, or 128 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Battery: 3000 mAh (Galaxy S7); 3600 mAh (Galaxy S7 edge) (non-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy S8[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ smartphones on 27 March 2017; 4 years ago (2017-03-27). They feature an iris scanner, which was not present on the Galaxy S7 phones. S Voice has also been replaced by Bixby. In addition, the microUSB port has been replaced by a USB-C port, and the physical home button and capacitive buttons have been replaced by on-screen keys.

  • Display: 5.8" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2960 pixel resolution (Galaxy S8); 6.2" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2960 pixel resolution (Galaxy S8+).
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 8895 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • Storage: 64 or 128 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 4 or 6 GB
  • Battery: 3000 mAh (Galaxy S8); 3500 mAh (Galaxy S8+) (non-replaceable)
  • Colors: Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Coral Blue, Arctic Silver, or Maple Gold[57]

Samsung Galaxy S9[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ were unveiled on 25 February 2018; 3 years ago (2018-02-25) at the Mobile World Congress, with an improved camera, redesigned back panel and improved internals. The fingerprint scanner on the back is relocated to below the rear-facing camera, and the earpiece becomes an additional speaker for stereo sound.

The Galaxy S9 is the first flagship phone by Samsung to support recording 2160p (4K) at 60 frames per second (twice as much as the preceding Galaxy S8), 1080p at 240 frames per second (four times as much as the S8) and super slow motion at 960 frames per second for a limited duration.[58][59]

Its camera has a variable aperture which can switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4, making it the first mobile phone since the 2009 Nokia N86 with a variable aperture camera.[60][61]

  • Display: 5.8" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2960 pixel resolution (Galaxy S9); 6.2" Super AMOLED display with 1440x2960 pixel resolution (Galaxy S9+).
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
  • Storage: 64, 128 or 256 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 4 GB (Galaxy S9); 6 GB (Galaxy S9+)
  • Battery: 3000 mAh (Galaxy S9); 3500 mAh (Galaxy S9+) (non-replaceable)
  • Colors: Lilac Purple, Midnight Black, Titanium Gray, Coral Blue, Sunrise Gold, Burgundy Red, and Polaris Blue[62]
  • Video recording: 2160p (4K) at 60fps, 1080p at 240 fps (with audio), 720p at 960 fps (short duration slow motion)[63]

Samsung Galaxy S10[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, consisting of the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, on 20 February 2019; 2 years ago (2019-02-20). In January 2020; 1 year ago (2020-01), the Galaxy S10 Lite was released, a mid-range variant of the S10 containing the same cameras and performance but with lower features.

Samsung Galaxy S10e:

  • Display: 5.8" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 2280 x 1080 pixels (435 ppi)
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 128 GB / 256 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 6 GB / 8 GB
  • Battery: 3,100 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: Side-mounted Fingerprint Sensor, Dual Rear Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR-10 Video Recording, Reverse Wireless Charging (Qi-certified)
  • Price: $749 (128 GB), $849 (256 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S10:

  • Display: 6.1" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3040 x 1440 pixels (551 ppi)
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 128 GB / 512 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Battery: 3,400 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor, Triple Rear Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR-10 Video Recording, Reverse Wireless Charging (Qi-certified)
  • Price: $899 (128 GB), $1,149 (512 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S10+:

  • Display: 6.4" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3040 x 1440 pixels (526 ppi)
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 128 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB (expandable)
  • RAM: 8 GB / 12 GB
  • Battery: 4,100 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor, Triple Rear Cameras, Dual Front Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR-10 Video Recording, Reverse Wireless Charging (Qi-certified)
  • Price: $999 (128 GB), $1,249 (512 GB), $1,599 (1 TB)

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G:

  • Display: 6.7" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3040 x 1440 pixels
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 256 GB / 512 GB (non-expandable)
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Battery: 4,500 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor, Quad Rear Cameras, Dual Front Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR-10 Video Recording, Reverse Wireless Charging (Qi-certified)
  • Price: $1,299 (256 GB), $1,399 (512 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite:

  • Display: 6.7" Super AMOLED
  • Resolution: 2400 x 1080 pixels
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 128 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 6/8 GB
  • Battery: 4,500 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: Optical Fingerprint Sensor, Triple Rear Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR-10 Video Recording, 25 W Super Fast Charging
  • Price: €649 (128 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S20[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, consisting of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20+ and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, on 11 February 2020; 13 months ago (2020-02-11). In October 2020; 6 months ago (2020-10), the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was released, a mid-range variant of the S20 containing similar cameras and performance but with lower features. Other versions in the series include the Samsung Galaxy S20 Tactical Edition.

The S20 series are the first Samsung mobile phones with 8K video recording (7680×4320p), excluding the S20 FE.

Samsung Galaxy S20:

  • Display: 6.2" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3200 x 1440 pixels
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 990 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • Storage: 128 GB
  • RAM: 8 GB (4G LTE) / 12 GB (5G)
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh
  • Introduced Features: 8K Video Recording, 120 Hz refresh rate, Triple Rear Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR10 Video Recording, USB 3.2, 5G Connectivity, 25 W Super Fast Charging
  • Price: €899 (4G LTE), $999/€999 (5G)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus:

  • Display: 6.7" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3200 x 1440 pixels
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 990 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • Storage: 128 (4G LTE/5G) / 256 (5G) / 512 GB (5G)
  • RAM: 8 GB (4G LTE) / 12 GB (5G)
  • Battery: 4,500 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: 8K Video Recording, 120 Hz refresh rate, Quad Rear Cameras, 3D Depth Camera, Infinity-O Display, HDR10 Video Recording, USB 3.2, 5G Connectivity, 25 W Super Fast Charging
  • Price: €999 (4G LTE), $1,199/€1,099 (5G 128 GB), $1,299/€1,249 (5G 512 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra:

  • Display: 6.9" Dynamic AMOLED
  • Resolution: 3200 x 1440 pixels
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 990 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • Storage: 128/512 GB
  • RAM: 12/16 GB
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: 8K Video Recording, 120 Hz refresh rate, Triple Rear Cameras, 3D Depth Camera, Infinity-O Display, HDR10 Video Recording, USB 3.2, 5G Connectivity, 45W Super Fast Charging
  • Price: $1,399/€1,349 (128 GB), $1,599/€1,549 (512 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition:

  • Display: 6.5" Super AMOLED
  • Resolution: 2400 x 1080 pixels
  • Processor: Samsung Exynos 990 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
  • Storage: 128/256 GB
  • RAM: 6/8 GB
  • Battery: 4,500 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Introduced Features: 120 Hz refresh rate, 8MP Telephoto Camera, Triple Rear Cameras, Infinity-O Display, HDR10 Video Recording, Wi-Fi 6, 5G Connectivity, 25W Super Fast Charging
  • Price: $699 (128 GB), $749 (256 GB)

Samsung Galaxy S21[edit]

Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, consisting of the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S21+ and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, on 14 January 2021; 2 months ago (2021-01-14). These smartphones do not feature expandable storage since the Galaxy S20 series and is one of the first S Series Lineup to feature 5G models only during launch. 4G variants of the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra may come in a later date.

Samsung Galaxy S21:

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus:

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra:

Tablets[edit]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S[edit]

the first generation Galaxy Tab, The Samsung Galaxy Tab S was announced on 12 June 2014. The tablet comes in two sizes, a 8.4-inch version and a 10.5-inch version.

  • Display: 8.4" Super AMOLED display with 1600x2560 pixel resolution (8.4-inch version); 10.5" Super AMOLED display with 1600x2560 pixel resolution (10.5-inch version)
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (both versions), Samsung Exynos 5 Octa 5420 (both versions), or Samsung Exynos 5 Octa 5433 (10.5-inch version)
  • Storage: 16 or 32 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 3 GB

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2[edit]

Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S2 series on 20 July 2015. It comes in two sizes, an 8.0-inch version and a 9.7-inch version.

  • Display: 8.0" Super AMOLED display with 1536x2048 pixel resolution (8.0-inch version); 9.7" Super AMOLED display with 1536x2048 pixel resolution (9.7-inch version)
  • Storage: 32 or 64 GB (expandable)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3[edit]

Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S3 on 26 February 2017. Unlike the Galaxy Tab S and Galaxy Tab S2, the Galaxy Tab S3 only comes in one size, a 9.7-inch model.

  • Display: 9.7" Super AMOLED display with 1536x2048 pixel resolution
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
  • Storage: 32 or 128 GB (expandable)
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Battery: 6000 mAh (non-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4[edit]

The Galaxy Tab S4 was announced on 1 August 2018. It features a larger 10.5-inch display with slimmer bezels, and facial and iris scanning.

  • Display: 10.5-inch 2560x1600 Super AMOLED
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • Storage: 64 or 256 GB (expandable up to 400 GB)
  • Memory: 4 GB
  • Battery: 7300 mAh (non-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e[edit]

Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S5e on 15 February 2019.[64]

  • Display: 10.5-inch 2560x1600 Super AMOLED
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 670
  • Storage: 64 or 128 GB (expandable up to 512 GB)
  • Memory: 4 or 6 GB
  • Battery: 7040 mAh (non-replaceable)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (2019)[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 was announced on 31 July 2019.

  • Display: 10.5-inch 2560x1600 Super AMOLED
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
  • Storage: 128/256 GB (expandable up to 512 GB)
  • Memory: 6/8 GB
  • Battery: 7,040 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Rear Camera: 13 MP wide + 5 MP ultra-wide
  • Front Camera: 8 MP
  • Dimensions: 244.5 × 159.5 × 5.7 mm
  • Weight: 420 grams
  • Price: Starts at $649.99 (Depends on where you buy the device.)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2020)[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite was announced on 16 April 2020.

  • Display: 10.4-inch 2000x1200 TFT LCD
  • Processor: Exynos 9611
  • Storage: 64/128 GB (expandable up to 1 TB)
  • Memory: 4 GB
  • Battery: 7,040 mAh (non-replaceable)
  • Rear Camera: 8 MP
  • Front Camera: 5 MP
  • Dimensions: 244.5 x 154.3 x 7.0 mm
  • Weight: 465 grams

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (2020)[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 was announced on 5 August 2020.[65]

  • Display: 11-inch 2560 x 1600 liquid crystal display
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+
  • Storage: 128/256/512 GB (expandable)
  • Memory: 6/8 GB
  • Battery: 8000 mAh (Non Removable)
  • Rear Camera: 13+5 MP
  • Front Camera: 8 MP
  • Dimensions: 253.8 x 165.3 x 6.3 mm
  • Speaker: Quad Stereo Speakers,tuned by AKG
  • Audio Jack: USB Type-C
  • Weight: 498 grams
  • Price: Starts at $649.99

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ (2020)[edit]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ was announced on 5 August 2020.[65]

  • Display: 12.4-inch 2800 x 1752 Super AMOLED
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+
  • Storage: 128/256/512 GB (expandable)
  • Memory: 6/8 GB
  • Battery: 10090 mAh (Non Removable)
  • Rear Camera: 13+5 MP
  • Front Camera: 8 MP
  • Dimensions: 285 x 185 x 5.7 mm
  • Speaker: Quad Stereo Speakers,tuned by AKG
  • Audio Jack: USB Type-C
  • Weight: 575 grams
  • Price: Starts at $849.99

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