Samsung’s been on a roll lately, delivering critical security updates consistently month after month. We've closely tracked the company’s performance in this area, and it hasn’t disappointed. With April already here, this month’s Android security patches are now reaching Samsung phones in the US, with several older Galaxy flagships joining the list more recently.
Samsung has been diligently following its Android 11-based One UI 3 rollout schedule and has even surprised us with a few early updates. Shortly after pushing the new software to its flagship smartphones of the last two years, the South Korean giant is now rolling out Android 11 to the Galaxy Tab S7 and the S7+. However, instead of One UI 3, the Android tablets are getting One UI 3.1, making them the only devices other than the S21 series to have it so far. Now that the Wi-Fi version and the Verizon variant have already received the update, AT&T subscribers are in for the treat.
Black Friday is finally here, and that means tons of great deals on tech — tablets included. If you've been looking for a powerhouse tablet but don't want to pay top dollar for one, you're in luck: all models of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ are on sale for $150-$200 off at Amazon.
OnePlus phones are among the most powerful around and sport high refresh rate displays, so it makes sense to target mobile gamers. There are already a number of titles that can be played at 90 or 120 frames per second, and now Fortnite is joining the list. A new partnership with Epic Games sees the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro as the first mobile devices to run Fortnite at 90 FPS.
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ just about a month ago, its latest super-premium tablets for entertainment and productivity. With some high-refresh-rate screens and a new low-latency S Pen, there was a lot to like, leaving us wondering how shoppers would actually be able to get their hands on one. Today Samsung's finally sharing all the information you'll need about Tab S7 pre-orders.
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Android tablets have always been a bit awkward, as products. With the platform lacking the huge ecosystem of tablet-optimized apps that the iPad enjoys, or the large desktop legacy world you can access on something like a Surface Pro, many have asked the question "Why?" when it comes to an Android-powered slate. Perhaps it's not really one worth asking, though, when a company as large as Samsung is bothering to introduce an $850 tablet at all. With the Tab S7 and S7+, Samsung is bringing a capital-P "Premium" tablet hardware experience, and we've spent the last few days using the latter.