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Samsung rolls out the Android 11 update with One UI 3.1 to the Galaxy Tab S7

Back in August 2020, Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S7 (our review). With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC, a fluid 120Hz display, and up to 8GB of RAM, the Galaxy Tab S7 lineup was, and still is, the most powerful Android tablet offering from the Korean OEM. The Galaxy Tab S7 series launched with...

XDA Awards – The Best Tech of 2020

Despite all the notable events this year, 2020 has been incredible for consumer tech, and more specifically, smartphones. A lot of companies went all out with their devices, flooding the market with great options catering to a wide variety of needs and wants. We at XDA have used a lot of these gadgets throughout the...

Grab the perfect productivity tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, for $150 off with other goodies at Best Buy

Look, I get you. I spend a lot of time during Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping for myself, not for gifts. You only have a limited time to get those deals, after all, you can't wait for your uncle to cross-check your aunt's "I dunno I guess that'd be neat" wishlist. Of course, now...

Best Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Deals: Where to Buy the Galaxy Tab S7 Series in the US

The Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is here, and we can tell you, it's damn good as far as Android tablets. In our Galaxy Tab S7 review, Pranob Mehrotra says it's a "marked improvement over the Galaxy Tab S6, and it still is a great buy for artists and people for a portable media device." As...

Get the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus for $150 Off and get a $50 Best Buy gift card!

I love the idea of tablets, but I never actually use them whenever I pick one up. They're cool, but I find they're usually not powerful enough to do what I want to do while lying on the couch or whatever, so I tend to buy laptops instead. But, it turns out I was just...

Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Tab S7, and S20 are joining Android Enterprise Recommended with the Android 11 update

Google is expanding its Android Enterprise Recommended program to include the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy S20 series, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+, ruggedized devices like the XCover Pro, and other Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 11 and above. Samsung joins more than 30 global partners already enrolled in the program. In...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Review: A Worthy Upgrade

When it comes to Android tablets, Samsung is one of the few OEMs still making products that can attempt to keep up with Apple's offerings. The Galaxy Tab S6 from last year was inarguably one of the best tablet experiences team Android had on offer. But, due to the way Android works on tablets, it...

TWRP ports are now available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus and Galaxy Z Fold 2

For those of you already managed to pick the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus or the Galaxy Z Fold 2, you will be happy to know that unofficial TWRP builds are now out for your devices. Compiled against the latest TWRP 3.4.0 codebase, the builds come courtesy of XDA‌ Senior Member ianmacd. The current set...

Kernel sources for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, Moto G Stylus, Moto G 5G Plus, Motorola One Zoom, Motorola One Fusion, and Moto E (2020) are live

Access to the kernel sources gives power users a chance to dive deeper into the code that runs the corresponding Android-powered device. Besides improving the overall performance, tweaking such sources allow the modding community to add new capabilities that are otherwise not offered in the stock configuration. Kernel source releases also help developers to port...

Galaxy Tab S7 Unveiled – Samsung’s answer to Apple’s iPad Pro

At its second Galaxy Unpacked event of the year, Samsung officially unveiled its latest flagship Android tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+. These two tablets represent the best of what Samsung has to offer, which makes them the de facto best Android tablets on the market since, apart from...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 5G First Impressions: a visually breathtaking experience

Android tablets suck, well, a lot of them do. Ask any regular person to describe a tablet, and they’ll often call it an iPad. While Samsung and others do a great job of not allowing the iPhone to become synonymous with the mobile category, it’s in tablets where Android manufacturers haven’t figured it out.That’s not...

Netflix adds multiple Samsung Galaxy and TCL phones to its list of HD and HDR capable devices

In order to stream videos in HD resolution from popular streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, your smartphone needs to have Widewine L1 certification. However, despite Widewine L1 certification, some devices aren't able to stream HD content on Netflix because the platform also has to manually whitelist devices to enable HD playback support....