Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 receive FCC Certification revealed S-Pen Stylus
Samsung upcoming tablet would be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 series, which includes the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. According to reports, the device is going to be launch in August or some rumours claim the device could be launch in July. Therefore, the device seems to be quite promising so let’s take a closer look toward the device and know more about it.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ Key Specification and Highlights
The renders of the device were already surfaced online suggesting great compatibility. Meanwhile, the device was a successor of the Galaxy Tab S6. This device will come with an S-Pen Stylus, It is confirmed with a certification authority by FCC.
As the device received its certificate suggested the device could be launch quite imminent. Likely, the device having an internal model number EJ-PT870. As the device listed on Geekbench performance test confirmed will having an 11-Inch and 12.4-Inch of Display panel featuring a 120Hz of screen refresh rate respectively.
Under the hood, the device is going to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Mobile platform paired with a 6GB of Ram. There is achieved a score of 4509 and 12,945 points in Single core and multi-core performance test. Even, the device was running on Android 10 out of the box.
Unfortunately, there are no further details available about the device so far. In contrast, the device is going to having a Support for 5G Connectivity. Furthermore, to power, the device is equipped with a 7760mAh battery and 9800mAh battery on the respective variant. Not to mention, the device initially going to debut in the US and Europe market.
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