The recently-introduced Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ are now coming to South Korea with the Mystic Navy colour option. Now there are four colour options, including Mystic Black, Mystic Bronze, Mystic Navy, and Mystic Silver.
The new colour variant would be available in South Korea from April 8th. Moreover, the Galaxy Tab S7 will also premier a new memory configuration: 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage. The Galaxy Tab S7 with the colour option Mystic Navy would have a price tag of KRW 1,049,400 million (around $930) for the Wi-Fi-only variant, whereas KRW 1,149,500 (around $1,019) for the LTE variant.
On the other hand, the upper model, i.e. the Galaxy Tab S7+ in the same colour variant, would have a price tag of KRW 1,499,000 (around $1,329) for the 5G variant, KRW 1,399,000 (around $1,240) for the LTE variant, and KRW 1,299 (around $1,149) for the Wi-Fi only variant.
Users can buy the Galaxy Tab S7 and the Galaxy Tab S7+ in the country from Coupang, ELand, HiMart, WeMakePrice, Samsung Digital Plaza, and Galaxy Campus Store. Users buying any of the two new devices will get a genuine Book Cover and a limited edition Monami S Pen for free if they buy the product before May 31, 2021. In addition to this, users could also get a 50% discount while buying a genuine Keyboard Cover and a 6-month Samsung Care+ protection plan for free.
The company didn’t stop here. Users will also get a 6-month subscription to YouTube Premium and a 3-month Millie’s Library pass. The first 3,000 buyers from Samsung’s website or Galaxy Campus Store will get a pouch with the Adidas logo, a coupon to purchase the Adidas Stan Smith sneakers, and Disney stickers.
The Galaxy Tab S7 and the Galaxy Tab S7+’s Mystic Navy model have upgraded colors, specifications, and usability to provide a more satisfying user experience by reflecting the increasingly diverse trend of tablet usability. We hope to experience a smarter and more productive work environment, and convenient and relaxed daily life anytime, anywhere with our Galaxy tablets.”
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