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Out of nowhere and helped rather than inconvenienced by the coronavirus pandemic, tablets have become incredibly popular around the world over the last year or so. While Apple continues to easily dominate the thriving market with its very productive, powerful, and increasingly eye-catching iPads, Samsung had a tremendous 2020 of its own thanks to an excellent mix of high and mid-end models.
We’re talking about 360 Audio, or 360-degree surround sound, which aims to do exactly what you’d expect, providing you with an immersive audio experience “in sync with your head movements.” Lastly, the already existing ability to scan documents using the native Camera app will be made simpler with this impending update. All you’ll need to do is tap the easily accessible “Attach” icon, scan your document from the dropdown menu, and get to work.
If you’re not yet the proud owner of a Galaxy Tab S7 or Galaxy Tab S7+, by the way, you might be happy to hear the high-end tablets are currently on sale at hefty discounts of between $80 and $160 in multiple configurations on Amazon.