The rumor mill is now actively leaking information on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 series that is expected to debut this month. Rumors have it that it may go official along with the Galaxy Watch 3 wearable on July 22. Ahead of the launch, the full specifications of the Galaxy Tab S7+ have leaked. The device has now surfaced at the database of SafetyKorea through live shots of its front and rear sides have appeared. Moreover, reliable tipster Evan Blass has shared a leaked render of the tablet.
The liv shots of the Galaxy Tab S7+ shows that its display is surrounded by slim bezels. The rear side of the device has a groove for attaching an S Pen stylus. A dual-camera setup with an LED flash can be found on the backside of the device.
There is AKG branding on the back which indicates it could be coming with AKG-tuned quad speakers. The appearance of the tablet at SafetyKorea database reveals two variants such as SM-T975 which belongs to the LTE version and SM-T-976 which belongs to the 5G version for the South Korea markets.
The Galaxy Tab S7 render has the same front design its larger Plus sibling. The Tab S7 has an 11-inch display whereas the Tab S7+ is equipped with a bigger 12.4-inch screen. Rumors have it that both tablets will come with support for the 120Hz refresh rate.
The Tab S7 is expected to house a 7,760mAh battery whereas the Tab S7+ may come with a bigger 10,090mAh battery. Both tablets are expected to arrive with support for fast charging. The One UI 2.5 based Android 10 OS will run on the device.
The Galaxy Tab S7 series is powered by the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC along with up to 8 GB of RAM. It is expected to offer users with up to 256 GB of storage. They are said to be equipped with 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual rear cameras and S Pen stylus support.