Yesterday, we’d finally gotten our first look at the near-official CAD renderings of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 courtesy of notorious leaker @onleaks.
Right now, more information pertaining to the highly anticipated tablet series has begin pouring in. The latest information came from reliable tipster @IceUniverse whom suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus duo will be featuring a smooth 120Hz display.
That’s definitely a significant upgrade over the current Galaxy Tab S6 which only has 60Hz refresh rate. The bumped up refresh rate will provide smoother graphics which enhance the user’s experience.
Other than having an upgraded front display, it is almost certain that the Galaxy Tab S7 series will pack a more powerful Snapdragon 865 platform along with at least 6 gigs of RAM and 128GB storage capacity. It is also expected to feature 5G connectivity, a mammoth 7,760mAh battery, as well as the usual support for S-Pen.
Design-wise, the recent CAD renderings of the Galaxy Tab S7 had revealed a close resemblance to its predecessor – except for slight bump in size. According to reports, the Galaxy Tab S7 is said to have an overall footprint which measures around 253.7 x 165.3 x 6.3mm.
If nothing goes wrong, the Galaxy Tab S7 duo could be announced as early as July next month.