More Details Surface About The New Samsung Galaxy Tab S7
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More Details Surface About The New Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

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We recently reported Samsung is on a roll in releasing tablets this year, and the most expected is the new flagship Galaxy Tab S7 Series. Initially thought to be called Galaxy Tab S20, the new line-up consists of two devices the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. The latter is supposed to be competing iPad Pro, having a significantly upgraded display of 12.3 inches.

The latest info about the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 Series comes from experienced leaker @IceUniverse, who claims both of the new tablets will sport a 120Hz display. The iPad Pro already comes with a 120Hz “ProMotion” screen, but the Samsung devices will be equipped with OLED panels, giving it a much-needed edge. The tablets will likely include support for HDR10+ as well. 

Image: pigtoucoques.fr

As mentioned, the Galaxy Tab S7+ is expected to have a 12.3-inch display, while the Tab S7 will likely sport an 11-inch display. The standard model will also pack in a 7,760 mAh battery, while the Plus variant will have a gigantic 9,800mAh cell. The S Pen stylus is of course included and the tablets will probably have the Snapdragon 865 SoC inside with a minimum of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage and 5G support.

Thanks to pigtoucoques.fr, which provided some renders of the S7 tablet, we also get to see how the new device will look. The design isn’t much different from its predecessor, except the return of the physical fingerprint scanner, as opposed to the in-display button the S6 was equipped with.

If indeed the new Galaxy S7 Tab Series will have a 120Hz display, this probably means the price of the devices will go up. Affordability was the main thing Samsung tablets had going for them compared to the iPad Pro, so we’ll see how well it will go down. It’s expected the new tablets will be launched on August 5th, during the Samsung Unpacked event, but there is a chance we will see it sooner than that. 

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