The Galaxy Tab S7 series is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
Source: @OnLeaks / Pigtou
What you need to know
- CAD-based renders of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus have leaked online.
- The renders suggest the ‘Plus’ variant will look nearly identical to the standard Galaxy Tab S7.
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is expected to feature a 12.4-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
We got our first look at Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 Android tablet last week, courtesy of well-known leaker @OnLeaks and tech accessories store Pigtou. The two have now joined hands once again to release the first CAD-based renders of the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus.
Just like the standard Galaxy Tab S7, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus will look a lot like Samsung’s current flagship Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6. While the Galaxy Tab S7 is expected to feature an 11-inch display, the Tab S7 Plus will arrive with a larger 12.4-inch display. If tipster Ice Universe is to be believed, both the tablets will have a 120Hz refresh rate.
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As can be seen in the renders above, the Tab S7 Plus will have two cameras on the back, along with an LED flash. The front camera, however, has been moved to the side bezel, which should make it more convenient for video calls when using the tablet in landscape mode.
While the detailed specs of the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus haven’t surfaced yet, it is rumored to be powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset and pack a 9,800mAh battery. The smaller Tab S7 is also expected to be powered by the same chipset.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
The Galaxy Tab S6 is the most capable Android tablet on sale right now, featuring a powerful Snapdragon 855 processor and a beautiful 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display with S Pen support. It also offers fantastic battery life and has a sleek design.
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