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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ full specs leaked

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ full specs leaked
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The specs for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ have officially leaked – and there's definitely some juicy details to delve into. Due to be unveiled on the 5 August, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 series will feature an impressive 120 Hz screen and the Snapdragon 865+ SoC.

The two models, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, will use different screens – but both of them will be larger than the 10.5" screen that the Tab S6 utilizes. The S7+ will have a 12.4" AMOLED display with a resolution of 2,800 x 1,752 px. Meanwhile the S7 will have an 11" LTPS LCD with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 px. 

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As reported by WinFuture, via GSMArena, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will have an powerful 7,040 mAh battery, but the Tab S7+ will an even more impressive 10,090 mAh battery. Both tablets will support 45W fast charging, but users will have to supply their own 45W fast charger, as there will only be a 15W charger in the box. 

Meanwhile, both tablets will have a dual camera unit on the back, featuring a main camera with a 13MP sensor capable of 4K video at 30fps. The secondary camera will be a 5MP ultra-wide-angle camera. The front screen will also feature an 8MP selfie camera. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ will both come with an upgraded Samsung Notes app and integration with Microsoft's OneNote and Outlook. Meanwhile, both tablets will feature four AKG speakers on the side with Dolby Atmos support. 

While both Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 tablets are due to be announced on 5 August, at present there's no information on when these upcoming tablets will be released. There's also no word on the pricing, but apparently Samsung's goal is for these products to compete with the iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface range, so we would expect similar pricing to these products.

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