The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is headed for Samsung’s backyard soon

South Korea may be Samsung’s home base, but the country surprisingly doesn’t get all new devices at the same time as other markets. The Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72, for example, have not yet made it to South Korea, nor has the company’s first-ever Fan Edition tablet. Well, at least part of that set to change soon: The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is headed to Samsung’s backyard in less than two weeks.

July 19th is the precise date, according to the latest report from the Korean media, though there don’t seem to be any other details available. We can expect both the LTE and 5G variants to be sold in the country, which is also the case for the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+. Of course, as we said in our review, that’s just one of very few similarities the Fan Edition model shares with its flagship cousins

. The Tab S7 FE is a decidedly mid-range tablet that does some things well but is not fit for the Fan Edition label.

More details can be found in our review, but the gist is that you’re getting a massive 12.4-inch screen with great stereo speakers, a big battery, an S Pen, and all of the software features that make the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ stand out from the competition. There’s also a keyboard accessory you can buy separately, though getting the one sold with the Tab S7+ is a better option as both are priced similarly but the latter gets you a trackpad for a proper laptop-like experience.

Galaxy Tab S7 FE review

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