The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is expected to be launched in the first weeks of August, and it’s going to be the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 released back in 2019. This time Samsung has brought a bigger and more powerful tablet into the market that definitely gives the iPad Pro a run for its money.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is expected to sport a bigger display and the latest powerful processor in the market right now. It’s also expected to have 5G connectivity. However, here’s the expected specifications and prices of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7;
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will be available in different sizes just lie the iPad Pro. The Galaxy Tab S7 will ship with an 11 inches display and a 12.4 inches display. The display will have a 2800 x 1752 screen resolution. The display will also most likely be 120 GHz display. However, the type of display has not yet been leaked or revealed.
Software & Hardware
The Galaxy Tab S7 will be running on the latest Android 10.0 and the One UI 2.1 launcher. The tablet will also run on the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset. This is a huge improvement in terms of the processing power compared to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.
As the Qualcomm Snapdragon is also featured in the Asus ROG Phone 3, it’ pretty clear that it’s a powerful processor. The processor is paired with a 3.1 GHz Kyro 585 CPU and an Adreno 650 GPU.
The Galaxy Tab S7 will sport a 13 MP + 5 MP rear cameras. However, the camera performance on the Galaxy Tab S7 is expected to be much better than the one on the Galaxy Tab S6 released in 2019.
At the front, you can most likely expect an 8 MP front camera.
The Galaxy Tab S7 is expected to come with a bigger battery compared to the S6. The S7 base model is rumored to be powered by a 7760 mAh battery wheres the Galaxy S7+ is expected to ship with a mammoth 10090 mAh battery.
The expected price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is estimated to be between $699 and $800. This is only our guess.
We’re Update These Specifications And Prices Once Samsung Officially Announces Them.