We already know that Samsung will launch its next-gen Galaxy Tab S7 flagship tablet at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event. The new lineup will consist of two offerings namely Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. To recall, the unveiling event is scheduled for August 5. Ahead of the official launch, we now have the render images of the Galaxy Tab S7 along with the live images of the Plus variant. This leak is coming from the Safety Korea’s database.
Galaxy Tab S7 render images leaked!
This is the first time we’re looking at the render images of the upcoming Tab S7 flagship offering. As expected, the images are coming straight from the notable tipster Evan Blass. The render images showcase the device from the front. The images also reveal the default wallpaper. You can also see the power & volume buttons along with the front-facing camera module. If you look closely, you can also see two unknown sensors paired with the selfie shooter.
Galaxy Tab S7+ live images also surfaces!
Unlike the vanilla variant, we now have the first live images of the Galaxy Tab S7+. These images are coming directly from Safety Korea’s website. As per the listing, the tablet will arrive with a 12.4-inch AMOLED panel measuring 280mm in length and 185mm in width. We saw two different model numbers namely SM-T975N and SM-T976N. It suggests we will see LTE and 5G version as well. The live images showcase both the front and rear of the tablet.
As per the images, it looks like the tablet has a metal body along with dual-camera setup on the back accompanied by an LED flash. It appears to also have a dedicated area to store the bundled S-Pen as well. You can also see the AKG branding on the rear. On the front, we’re looking at a selfie camera placed in the middle of the side bezels. This makes sense considering the tablet is generally used vertically.
Expected Specs, Features
Considering previous leaks and rumours, the vanilla option will arrive with an 11-inch screen while the Pro variant will feature 12.4-inch panel. It should run on the powerful Snapdragon 865+ chipset paired with 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB onboard memory. At the back, the dual-camera module will feature a 13MP primary sensor along with a 5MP secondary sensor. Other specifications include an 8MP selfie camera, 7,760mAh/ 10,090mAh battery, Android 10 with One UI 2.5 and of course, in-display fingerprint sensor.