The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a somewhat puzzling device, having seen daylight almost a year after the original Tab S7 duo with an extra-large screen, mid-end processor, and arguably excessive starting price of $530.
We're talking a $150 discount offered by Amazon for an undoubtedly limited time only on an entry-level 64GB storage variant in a single Mystic Pink hue. With no cellular connectivity and just 4 gigs of RAM on deck, that particular configuration normally goes for the aforementioned $529.99. With a handy S Pen included at no extra charge, a premium design made from aluminum and glass, razor-thin 6.3mm profile, and somehow, a massive 10,090mAh battery equipped with blazing fast 45W charging technology also in tow, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE certainly holds a number of key advantages over its direct competition... as long as you don't see Android tablets as inferior to iPads by default.
Bigger but overall humbler than the 11-inch "standard" Galaxy Tab S7, the S7 Fan Edition was the closest thing to a high-end iPad Pro alternative Samsung released in 2021. At last, the long overdue Galaxy Tab S8 trio is around the corner, and just like the Tab S7+ or the modest Tab S6 Lite, the 12.4-inch mid-ranger is making a last-minute bid for the spotlight with a killer deal of its own.