Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review
Basic camera experience
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE has one camera on the back and one at the front. There is no LED flash on either side.
The rear camera uses an 8MP Sony IMX355 behind f/1.9 28mm lens. Autofocus is supported. This camera can do portraits and Night Mode.
The front camera has a 5MP GalaxyCore GC5035 sensor behind f/2.2 32mm lens. Portrait mode is also supported. The focus is fixed.
The camera app is the same you'd find on every Samsung. It supports Auto HDR and Scene Optimizer, there is Night Mode for the main camera, and even a Pro mode though the latter has no shutter speed option. You get a toggle for 2x digital zoom on the viewfinder.
The rear camera of the Galaxy Tab S7 FE offers pleasant daylight images. There is plenty of resolved detail, and we liked the foliage rendition. The noise is low enough, too.
The dynamic range in these photos is stellar - they were shot with Auto HDR, though the HDR rarely triggered. Finally, the colors are a bit punchier than reality, but not over the top, and overall, we are happy with the photos.
You can shoot portraits with the rear camera - if light conditions are ideal, the separation is okay, and the blur looks nice. If you are shooting indoors, expect poor results.
The low-light photos from the rear camera are pretty good, all things considered. They have satisfactory detail, and the noise reduction isn't overly aggressive - it strikes a balance between smearing fine detail and getting rid of the noise.
The photos retain good color saturation, and we can praise the exposure, too.
There is no OIS on the tablet, of course, and since it's a big device, blurry photos due to handshake are occasional.
The rear camera supports Night Mode. It restores some of the blown highlights and makes for slightly better exposure. There is no big difference between the photos, so if you can't hold your tablet steady for 3-4 seconds, you just stick to the default Photo mode.
The 5MP selfies are great - they are detailed, with high contrast, accurate colors, low noise. The rendition is natural, and most people will be happy with the front camera quality.
Surprisingly, the portraits from the front camera have better subject separation and simulated blur and this mode rarely failed us. Once again, if the light is not perfect, expect poor photos.
The two cameras on the Galaxy Tab S7 FE can capture up to 1080p resolution at 30 fps. Optional electronic stabilization is available only on the rear camera.
The 1080p videos are encoded with an AVC video stream at 17 Mb/s and two-channel, 256 kB/s 48 kHz AAC audio, inside an mp4 container.
The 1080p videos from the rear camera are outstanding - they are sharp and detailed, with excellent contrast, dynamic range, and color presentation. The noise is low enough, too.
- 13 Oct 2022
They have 2 version S7Fe+S7 Fe LTE
- 13 Oct 2022
2,6 gigs is enough to do most thing, if not all things possibly done with an android device
- 08 Sep 2022
Bloatware like shit, just bought it and fck it already take 2.8GB of RAM.. with 7xxmb reserved, the only remaining RAM u have is 2.6gb LOL.. with that, this tab cannot do multi-task.. battery capacity seems like very good for work, nah fck it.. whats...