I just want to share one though about the tab s7 that given the type of device, even before the price comes into account is fundamentally a big flaw.
I am speaking of the headphone jack, or well its lack.
Samsung heavily marketed the device for online lessons ect... during the unpacked but there is a little caviat to that. Till the device is ok in battery percentage you can use your headphone via the type C to jack adaptor but if the s7 needs a charge you basically cannot use your headphones and there are many home situations where you canmot just go with the speakers because other peoplenare working too.
I think that this is the biggest flaw on such otherwise perfect all round and all day device.
This flaw is also part of the most recent S flagships not to speal about the note both of which should have it as a basic feature.
Hope this gets passed to the r and d team.
I know that, but with bluetooth headphones there are always latency issues especially on android compared to windows due to how the os hierarchy is organised. Wired headphones can allow better sound quality compared to streaming via bluetooth and do not have a battery which cannot die in the middle of what you are doing.
I have a pair of galaxy buds and use them on my s10plus, laptop and pc let's say 50 per cent of the time. But if I need to sit there concentrate on what is being said or game or do some sound work my wired headset is fundamental and i can use it on every single of my devices.
Not having a jack will compromise my work.
They removed it from the note 10 with the excuse of space, but on a tablet you have no such excuse and on the galaxy s20's there is plenty of space.
Samsung is buisness company and i get that, but I am the buyer, the money is mine or ours i should say, there is no point in being subjected and accept manufacturer decisions