Galaxy Tab S7 to convert S Pen to text, 360-degree audio experience

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + update

The Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 + tablets were launched with powerful design, specifications and features. After various teasers and leaks, the tablets were announced in August alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series. The devices doubled productivity, but showed some issues like a green tint. They received early updates like 90fps support for Fortnite and the latest One UI that delivered new features. There is another round of updates available to make the tablet run smoother and more efficiently.

Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + are getting new updates that focus on the S Pen and the new Galaxy Buds Pro. More continuous experiences with the S Pen can be had once the updates are installed. Soon you will be able to fill in the areas of the text boxes with your S Pen. So for example you need to fill in an address box, you can use the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 updates

S Pen input can be converted to digital text. The software can even include punctuation marks. However, there are some rules like drawing a ‘v’ between words or a ‘⌒’ to leave a space and connect separate words.

Samsung wants to provide a more natural note-taking experience with Samsung Notes. The update will bring a new type of pencil. The new ‘Pencil to Text’ option supports up to 80 languages. More writing tool options have also been added. Go to Settings> Advanced function> S Pen> S Pen to text.

With Samsung Notes, you can do many things like take photos, scan, and edit. Scan documents by capturing images with the Camera application. Samsung notes can also scan. It also allows you to edit easily. There is an ‘Attach’ icon within the app to get started. Scan a document and make edits.

The Galaxy Buds Pro used with your Galaxy Tab S7 or S7 + provide an impressive listening experience. It can be enhanced with 360 degree surround sound as it makes the smart motion tracking sensor work. You can know the sound direction of your media and adjust the volume. The result is an immersive, multi-dimensional audio experience that you will enjoy.

The ‘S Pen to text’ feature will be rolled out later this month. It will be ready for some native and Samsung partner apps.

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