With the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series debut around the corner, new leaks regarding Samsung’s new tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus has just been leaked on the internet once again.
Courtesy of SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus comes some incredible hardware underneath. As the previous Geekbench leak affirmed, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Plus comes with a Snapdragon 865 SoC, upto 8GB of memory, upto 256GB of internal storage and a 10,090mAh battery.
The Tab S7 Plus is also said to support Samsung’s 45W fast charging technology, and would also come running on Samsung’s new One UI 2.5 update, further affirming the Galaxy Note 20 leaks we saw earlier this month. In addition to those two features, the Tab S7 Plus is also said to come with an under-display fingerprint sensor, 13MP/5MP dual-camera setup on its rear, a 12.4-inch (2800 x 1752) display, and support for 5G technology out of the box.
With that being said, we could expect Samsung to reveal the Samsung Tab Galaxy S7 series alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.
Samsung hasn’t given up after all these years despite Apple’s somewhat dominant position in the tablet market which is respectable. Given the hardware Samsung’s bringing to the table, the Tab S7 Plus may be an amazing alternative for folks who want a high-end tablet with a stylus.
What’s left to be confirmed is whether or not Samsung plans to add a 120Hz display to the Tab S7 Plus, which seems to be highly likely given how 2020 has become a major year for portable devices adopting 120Hz displays under the hood.