Tablets go Head to Head

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While looking at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 plus our choice for best high-end Android tablet.  If you’re in the Android world, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has great delivery, a strong performance and with the Striking Super AMOLED display and an optional 5G make it the best high-end Android productivity tablet you can get.

One of the first things you going to look at when shopping for a tablet is the display, in the tab S7 plus gives you a 12.4 in by 17 52 Super AMOLED screen with a 120 hertz refresh rate the 16 to 10 aspect ratio whether you are watching movies, editing productivity tasks or gaming the S7 plus delivers a great visual experience with colors that pop off the screen and deep and key blocks that are truly impressive. If you’re into the whole cloud gaming thing the 7 + is perfect. With a  special High refresh rate up a bluetooth-enabled controller and enjoy console gaming this tablet gives you the power of a PC and the mobility of a tablet and can even become a bigger device with the addition of the optional keyboard.

Even without the keyboard you’ll speak to tasks with the included redesigned S Pen that delivers improved latency and can be used to mark document notes and even control presentations. The octa-core processor is a base clock of 3.09 gigahertz and is backed by 8 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of storage which can be expanded with an SD card up to 1 terabyte.

The tab S7 plus has dual back cameras 13 megapixel on an ultra-wide 5-megapixel front-facing camera can last up to 7 hours which isn’t bad if you’ve been looking for the best high-end Android tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 plus should be on your list if everything you need to complete productivity tasks you can take on gaming with its beautiful Super AMOLED display and high refresh rate.

On the other hand, the iPad Pro has been the king of tablets over the past few years.

Apple has been sitting pretty comfortably at the top as the best tablet around here almost seemed like each year the battle was over before it began. Then came Samsung and said not so fast and depending on what you need if they may have done. I’ve used both for everything from media consumption office work like emails nose managing school work, replying to social media work and then even gaming.

I’m going to put these two devices head to head and highlight the good and bad. To help you choose which one is right for you I want to start talking about the size because that’s going to be one of the primary reasons we look  at one of these two options.

The iPad Pro comes in display sizes 11 in and 12.9 inch –  both have identical features set so the only decisions you need to make has to do with this play size and storage. 

The Galaxy Tab S7 plus has a 12.4 inch display which is slightly longer for the lot narrower than the iPad Pro this actually makes the tab S7 plus feel and looks significantly smaller than the iPad Pro; and it’s essentially like a longer iPad Air.

There are some practical implications to the different resolution and aspect ratio which I’ll be covering the display section. When it comes down to ability because the iPad Pro is noticeably bigger but the weight difference is negligible with the iPad Pro weighing more. 

In design they’re both actually quite similar. We’ve got a thin, sleek and premium machined aluminum tablet. You’ve got rounded Corners squared-off edges, which don’t get in the way of display and at the same time give you enough room to hold the tablet without activating touch functionality. Both feel very solid and I’ve had no bending issues with either. I also don’t intentionally band my expensive tablets or my inexpensive tablets for that matter. I’ve had both tablets in different backpacks and messenger style bags and I haven’t had any problems it looking at the edges both tablets feature power buttons volume control 4 speaker grills and a USB C Port but the tab S7 plus also has a MicroSD card slot which you can use to expand the internal storage of the device.

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