In the last few hours, Samsung’s upcoming Android tablet duo has had two leaks. On the one hand, we see the new background picture on the front of the Galaxy Tab S7 in the official news pictures. On the other hand, South Korea’s certification provides the first real picture of the Galaxy Tab S7+. You must get used to it first.
Samsung is expected to officially launch two new Android tablets Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ on July 22, and its most important specifications were only leaked yesterday. Interestingly, the 120 Hz mode is not specified, which is actually aimed at Two Apple iPad Pro competitors that are already planned. Not only in this regard, but there are also still some uncertainties in the next few days until July 22, and there are some surprises in the design.
A few weeks ago, we saw the first visualized CAD model, including the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7 Plus and its smaller brother. As shown in the first real picture displayed on the Secure Korea Certification website, it will take a while for the back to adapt. We have highlighted the original (see below) to make a slender black S-shaped pen on the extension of the double cam assembly, which can be found on the reverse side of the AKG logo, which is more obvious.
|Black trough for S-Pen takes some getting used to
Not only does the young Leaker Nils Ahrensmeier not fully understand this at first glance in the tweet below. But you are also used to the visual features of the next generation Galaxy Tab. It is also doubtful whether all the color variants of the Galaxy Tab S7 will attract people’s attention due to this black stripe. The official news picture (pictured above) also provided by Leaker Evan Blass shows an unobtrusive front, with a selfie cam on the longer side. And the edges around the display are quite thin and even. The background picture is at least unusual, but it should be the official picture.
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 +: A leak reveals all specs
The 12.4-inch AMOLED display of the Galaxy Tab S7+ will provide a resolution of 2,800 x 1,752 pixels, thus achieving a 16:10 aspect ratio and a pixel density of 267 PPI. The fingerprint sensor will be integrated into the screen. This tablet will support the Samsung S Pen, the Bluetooth version, which is also used on the Galaxy Tab S6 (Amazon 628 and up).
Internally, the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ can be used. Compared with the widely used Snapdragon 865, it promises a 10% increase in CPU and GPU performance and has some other exciting features. Depending on the model, there are 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of flash memory, and it is not certain whether an SD card reader is included. 5G will still be limited to the slower sub-6 GHz standards.
The integrated 10,090 mAh battery could have guaranteed good running time, but Samsung should abandon the particularly fast charging technology. On the back, you should find a dual camera, which consists of a 13 MP and a 5 MP camera. For selfies, you can use an 8-megapixel sensor. Samsung should provide One UI 2.5 based on Android 10 for tablets.