Samsung, it seems, is readying the launch of a host of new devices at the company’s next ‘Unpacked’ event. A recent report by folks over at Pocket-lint indicated that this event could be scheduled for August 5. The report also claimed that we could see Samsung announce the launch of several products at the event. These include the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, the Galaxy Watch 2, and two new flagship grade tablets – the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and the Galaxy Tab S7+. The reason you’re reading this article a good two months before these launches is because of a recent Bluetooth SIG listing that appears to be of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ (SM-T976B). As you might have figured by now, this is likely to be Samsung’s flagship tablet offering for 2020.
Take a look at the Bluetooth SIG page below.
While the Bluetooth SIG page reveals precious little as far as the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is concerned, we already have heard rumors that the two Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 models will come in 12.4-inch and 11-inch display options. Needless to say, both the panels will be of the Super AMOLED type. It remains to be seen if Samsung adds a high refresh rate option for the devices.
Both the tablets, as expected of flagship tablets, will feature a premium design with thin. As expected of a flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ will come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and offer at least 8GB of RAM in addition to 128GB and 256GB storage options.
Other expected features include AKG branded stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, dual camera setup at the rear, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and support for 5G networks. Expect the device to run Android 10 underneath Samsung’s own One UI. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is also expected to feature a massive 9,800mAH battery as per a recent report. Expect this battery to support Samsung’s adaptive fast charging as well.
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