Here’s a typing comparison between Galaxy Tab S7+ with a book cover keyboard and regular keyboard

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+, two 5G enabled tablet to merge the performance of a PC, the flexibility of a tablet, and the connectivity of a smartphone to offer an absolutely unique mobile experience for users.

The Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ unlock crystal-clear video, lightning-fast downloads, and virtually lag-free gaming and streaming. Additionally, both devices offer an immersive 120Hz display, a newly updated S Pen, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus processor.

Additionally, it features immersive screens and quad AKG speakers with Dolby Atmos sound, Tab S7 and S7+ offer a cinematic experience in the palm of your hands.

A Powerful Device for Work

Samsung designed to boost customers’ productivity and bring their ideas to life wherever they are, the Galaxy Tab S7 + is revolutionizing user’s ability to work and interest anywhere.

The sleek and portable Galaxy Tab S7+ makes it easier than ever to read documents on the go. With the new and improved S Pen, customers can write notes by hand quickly and easily while on the go. But what about typing on a tablet? Is typing on the Galaxy Tab S7+ as comfortable and convenient as typing on a regular keyboard.


To really try to type on the Galaxy Tab S7 +, Samsung has brought in newsroom expert stenographer Jongheon Im. One person has to be able to type at speeds, and I transcribe the first two keyboards, and then a minute speech to see how the Galaxy Tab S7 + Galaxy Tab S7 + book cover keyboard tablet is stacked. Watch the video below to see the results.


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