Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ are expected to debut on August 5th at the Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Note 20 line-up and Galaxy Fold 2. The leaked renders of the vanilla Galaxy Tab S7 showed off the design in its full glory, while the Galaxy Tab S7+ was spotted on Geekbench revealing key specifications. It is also tipped to ship with 120Hz refresh rate to rival Apple iPad Pro line-up. Now, in order to keep up with the higher refresh rates, the Galaxy Tab S7+ should have a bigger battery capacity and it looks it might indeed. As per the TUV Rheinland certification, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ battery will be a 9,800mAh capacity (10,090mAh typical).
This means, both the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ should differ with regards to battery capacity as well. The vanilla Galaxy Tab S7 is tipped to pack a 7,760mAh battery and this should suffice the standard 60Hz panel. It is said to sport an 11-inch AMOLED display, while the Galaxy Tab S7+ will have a bigger 12.4-inch screen. They’re expected to come with AKG speakers, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and Dolby Atmos audio. The tablet should be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC with 5G connectivity and beefy storage options. They’re likely to run Android 10 OS with OneUI custom skin on top.
The leaked renders of the Galaxy Tab S7 showed off dual-rear cameras and S Pen slot where it magnetically attaches. As these are Samsung’s premium tablets, they may come with the premium build quality and exclusive features. Since the said launch is still over a month away, we should learn more information going forward. Stick around.