Apple gets compared continuously to Samsung, as it’s one of its primary and most fierce rivals.
That is understandable. After all, the smartphone business gets increasingly crowded each year.
However, the tablet market was mostly dominated by Apple – There is an iPad for every user requirement.
Samsung’s newest efforts with the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Plus might be the first successful attempt to put Android tablets back in the spotlight.
The Tab S7 range appears to have been inspired by Apple’s iPad Pro 11 (2018), just like the iPad Air 4. Both devices feature rounded corners and narrow bezels that are available on most tablets.
Putting them side-by-side will make you realize how similar they are.
The new Apple iPad Air is available in Silver, Space Gray, Green, Sky Blue, and Rose gold.
Samsung offers Bronze, Black, And Silver for the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus.
The iPad Air 4 is powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic chipset, equipped with a neural engine that allows machine learning. That will help improve photo editing or boost graphics performance.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus are equipped with the octa-core Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, which is approximately 77% quicker than the one on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.
Samsung’s tablet has 13MP and 5MP sensors. The 5MP camera is meant for ultra-wide photography, allowing users to capture more of the same shot environment.
The iPad packs a 12MP sensor that performs decently. On paper, Samsung’s clear winner. In real life, it depends on your taste, as both tablets take similarly high-quality photos.
Let’s face it – When you want to take a photo, you’ll rarely pick a tablet instead of a phone.
Both devices can also record in 4K at 30fps, but the iPad has a 60fps mode, too.