New Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 & Tab S7+ (5G) leak reveals potential pricing
The biggest mysteries now surround pricing, but a new report may have just cleared that up for the Galaxy Tab S7 tablets in Europe.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 price in Europe
According to Nils Ahrensmeier and TechnikNews, the standard Galaxy Tab S7 model complete with 128GB of internal storage and Wi-Fi connectivity support will be available to purchase in the Mystic Silver and Mystic Black finishes.
The tablet will set customers back either €699 or €709 depending on the European market. That represents a slight price hike over the previous-generation Galaxy Tab S6, which launched at €659 and €669 last year.
For that extra money, buyers are gaining access to the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset coupled with the same 6/128GB base configuration as last year. The display has been enlarged to 11-inches too and now boasts a 120Hz refresh rate, although Samsung has switched to LCD tech in an attempt to keep costs down.
Completing the package is a dual-camera setup on the rear and a quad-speaker setup that has been tuned by AKG and supports Dolby Atmos.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ price in Europe
In addition to the standard tablet, Samsung has chosen to create a larger model complete with a 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display that supports a super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate too.
It will be available to purchase in the Mystic Black, Mystic Silver, and Mystic Bronze colors at launch. But due to its bigger size, anybody interested will have to fork out an extra €200 once available.
The report published today only mentions the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab S7+ model with a 6/256GB configuration that Samsung is working on, which looks set to retail €999 and €1,009 in Europe, but a cheaper Wi-Fi version with 128GB is expected too and it will probably cost €899 and €909.
Samsung is also preparing 5G… But it won’t be cheap
To further bolster its 5G ecosystem of devices, Samsung is preparing new 5G variants of its Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ tablets designed to replace the traditional 4G LTE versions that consumers have come to expect.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G, according to the report, is going to retail at €1,199 and €1,209 in the European market. That version does come with 256GB of storage as standard, but it still represents an added cost of €200 over the equivalent Wi-Fi variant.