In addition to the Galaxy Note 20 Series and The Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung is expected to launch two tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7/S7 Plus, at the Unpacked launch on August 5. Today’s well-known pop source Ishan Agarwal shared some of the specifications of the standard Tab S7, confirming details such as battery capacity, processor, camera resolution and storage.
According to the tweet, the Galaxy Tab S7 will be equipped with a 11-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, providing a 120Hz refresh rate. There are rumors that the screen material is LCD, but it is not possible to confirm at this time. The flat plate measures 165.3 x 253.8 x 6.3mm and weighs 498g in two colors: Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze.
At the core, the Galaxy Tab S7 will have a Qualcomm 865 processor instead of the previously rumored 865-plus processor. Although the memory capacity is not confirmed, you know that you have 128GB of storage and support stowy up to 1TB of MicroSD card expansion.
The back of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will feature a single 13-megapixel camera, while the front will feature an 8-megapixel camera. As we can see from the rendering above, Samsung changed the position of the front camera to the middle. For battery, the Galaxy Tab S7 will feature an 8000mAh battery. It will also feature AKG four speakers to support Dolby Panorama. We can expect the tablet to pre-install Android 10-based OneUI 2.5.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will support S Pen stylus input and provide a stylus stand on the back of the body. A keyboard cover will also be provided, based on a rendering shared by pop perm evangeline Evan Blass. Earlier reports suggested that the tablet would feature a fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button, while the higher-end Galaxy Tab S7 Plus would receive an under-screen fingerprint sensor.