One of the highly anticipated gadgets of 2020, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, is all set to launch in July, suggest some media reports. That’s right people. This upcoming model has been the talk of the town for quite some time now. And lately, details about this tab’s massive battery is all that you would see on the net. Scroll down to know more about the new model.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
This brand-new model of Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is powered by Octa-Core processor and comes with a RAM of 6 GB. It is equipped with a 16 MP+5 MP camera and has a display of 12.4”. It is furnished with Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Fingerprint Sensor, Accelerometer and Gyroscope. The tab has a Super AMOLED display type and a screen resolution of 1600 x 2500 pixels. The storage of the tab is pretty impressive.
The internal memory of the tab is 128 GB and is expandable up to 1 TB. The camera has an auto flash, face detection, and touch to focus and an image resolution of 4616 x 3464 pixels. The tab would be able to support 5G connectivity only. The battery of the tab is the actual highlight. The tab has a battery capacity of 9800 mAh.
Yes, that’s true. This means the component has a typical capacity stretching to 10,090 mAh. That’s way more than what Galaxy Tab S6 or Tab S7 had. This puts the Galaxy Tab S7+ in competition with iPad Pro.
10,000 mAh Battery Gets Safety Certificate
The Samsung Galaxy Tab will have a battery capacity of 10,000 mAh. This is a lot more than what its predecessors had. Even the Galaxy Tab S7 has a battery capacity of only 7,760 mAh. Some sources cite a pair of certification documents and a few pictures of the tab, thus confirming this news. Both the S7 and the S7+ tablets will have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The tab is likely to be launched at Rs. 72,990.