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Samsung might be going all out this year with a Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, see it here
It appears Samsung may be going for a new company record of how many flagship devices it can release in one year. While we fully expected the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 leak we saw a few days ago, we didn’t really expect to see the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus follow right behind (via Pigtou in partnership with @OnLeaks). But, here we are.
As one would expect, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus looks a heckuva lot like the vanilla Tab S7 (which, in turn, looks a lot like last year’s Galaxy Tab S6). However, the Tab S7 Plus does appear to be slightly bigger than the Tab S7 and will no doubt come with some upgraded internal specs.
Check out the renders below.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus renders
According to Pigtou and @OnLeaks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus could land with a 12.4-inch display, which is significantly larger than the 11-inch display we expect to see on its smaller sibling. This sizing discrepancy makes perfect sense, though, as Apple’s line of iPad Pro tablets come in similar sizes (11 inches and 12.9 inches).
With a larger size, it’s pretty much a given that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus will have a larger battery than the vanilla Tab S7. However, we don’t have any reliable intel yet on how big those batteries will be.
Outside of batteries, we can also expect the Tab S7 Plus to have better specs than the non-Plus model. We’re speculating here, but it’s a good bet it could have more RAM and a better processor, although we’re not sure since Samsung doesn’t really release “Plus” versions of its tablets.
Either way, you can expect the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus to be quite expensive, especially if Sammy is positioning it as an iPad Pro competitor. The largest iPad Pro costs a cool $1,000 in its lowest-tier, for the sake of clarity. Will Samsung go that high? We’re not sure, but the Galaxy Tab S6 started at $650, so a grand for its 2020 bigger brother isn’t out of the question.
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