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Mystic Navy for Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+

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Samsung Electronics Australia announced today the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ is now available in ‘Mystic’ Navy.

The Galaxy Tab S7 range is the best Android tablet execution in the market. See our first impressions video of the S6 below to get an idea.

There’s been strong demand for high performance tablets during the pandemic.

“The tablet market has evolved significantly in the past year as Australians seek out devices that can perform seamlessly with the latest applications, streaming services, as well as mobile gaming platforms which are now offered over the cloud,” said Garry McGregor, Vice President of IT and Mobile, Samsung Electronics Australia.

“As we saw in 2020, Australians are looking for their technology to do more for them so they can maximise their time. The tablet has become the go-to device to increase productivity during work and increase play time – especially when we’re at home or on the go.

“To maximise workflow, the TabS7 and S7+ provides PC-level power while our DeX software enables it to become the ultimate remote working tool, keeping people connected and productive no matter where they are.” 

The Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ range series features Super AMOLED displays and S Pen functionality for drawing, note taking and other cool stuff.

They come in two sizes – Tab S7 11” screen and Tab S7+ 12.4”.

One UI 3.1 allows users to start using selected apps on one device, and continue immediately on another.  Both devices can be used as a second screen plus wireless keyboard sharing, and auto switching audio between Galaxy devices.

So if Mystic Navy is for you … you’ll be able to order the TabS7 and Tab S7+ in Mystic Navy from February 19, available at Samsung.com, Samsung Experience Stores, and selected partners.  

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