You can flip between the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ – did you spot the difference? The S7+ gets the upgraded S Pen with decreased latency, just like the Note20 Ultra. The non-plus tablet will miss out on this upgrade.
That is even though both tablets have 120 Hz screens. The S7+ has a larger AMOLED (12.4”) while the S7 has an LCD (11”), though that’s for market segmentation rather than a technological limitation. The different sizes mean different battery capacity as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch3 comes in two sizes – 41mm and 45mm. However, only the larger model has a Titanium version, which is much lighter than the standard Stainless Steel body and even the 41mm version, 43g vs. 48.2g.
The larger battery is another reason to go with the bigger watch. Those things aside, both are waterproof to 5 ATM and both offer advanced health tracking features: blood-oxygen saturation, VO2 max, running and sleep analysis, fall detection too.
Samsung Galaxy Watch3 infographic (41 mm and 45 mm models)
Did you know that the new Galaxy Buds Live use recycled plastics? Both the buds themselves and the carrying case (8 parts in total) are mad from recycled materials.
The buds feature 12 mm divers designed by AKG and a bass duct to enhance the low frequencies. These are Samsung’s first Bus with active noise cancellation, but they have been designed from the ground up to reduce noise – 2 mics on the outside are used for ANC while your voice is picked up by a mic on the inside.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live infographic
Stay tuned for for our hands-on review of the Galaxy Buds Live.