Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ breaks cover with dual rear cameras

Sagar, 16 June 2020

Last week we saw renders of the Galaxy Tab S7 which revealed its design and today we are looking at the images of its Plus variant shared by OnLeaks in collaboration with Pigtou.

The Galaxy Tab S7+ looks similar to the regular S7. The selfie camera is placed on the right side of the screen, and around the back is the dual camera setup below which is the S-Pen stylus groove as well as the Samsung logo.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders

On the right side of the Tab S7+ is the power button, volume rocker and microSD/SIM card slot, and to the left are the pins to attach the keyboard accessory. At the bottom of the tablet is the USB-C port, and just like the regular Tab S7, the Tab S7+ also doesn't have the 3.5mm headphone jack.

As expected, the Galaxy Tab S7+ is larger than the Tab S7. It is 285mm long and 185mm wide compared to the 253.7mm length and 165.3mm width of the non-Plus model. However, the Tab S7+ is slimmer than the regular Tab S7 with a thickness of 5.7mm (6.9mm with the camera bump).

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ CAD renders

While the Tab S7 will pack an 11" 120Hz display, the Tab S7+ will feature a 12.4" screen with the same refresh rate. It will also pack a bigger battery - 9,800 mAh.

Both tablets recently passed through Geekbench, which confirmed the Snapdragon 865 chipset under the hood with 6GB RAM. Although there might be other RAM options as well that are yet to be confirmed.

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  • Roy

Almost every premium phone and tablet (including the iPad Pro) has ditched the jack. They’re doing fine. Samsung will time. The headphone jack is basically dead

tablet wothout 3.5mm?? Game over Samsung, good luck selling it

  • Ahmed

so what? That's never been important. 700k and still can't handle messenger pop up bubble lol

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