We finally got the best look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, and it shows Apple’s influence a lot.
A new render of Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is now available, and it shows the tablet’s S Pen and sleek keyboard attachment. And it looks a bit like the offspring of a Surface Pro and an iPad Pro. Here are the latest details.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Keyboard and S Pen Unveiled
The newest leak comes from Evan Blass’ Patreon, a prolific leaker, and it’s believed to be the 11-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, not the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7+. The image shows a tablet with flat edges and thin bezels similar to the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pro.
Well, as great as the news could be, there is this thing that everybody wants to know now. Should we expect, the keyboard and the S Pen to be included or sold separately as with previous releases (similar to Microsoft’s Surface series)?
We don’t have yet more details about the next-gen S Pen, but the leak does indicate something useful. Samsung might release the Galaxy Tab S7 as a tablet for artists.
The thin bezels spotted in the leak confirms a previous report, when the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 appeared on a South Korean certification website. The tablet has AKG branding on the rear panel, so we should expect the device to arrive with loudspeakers, as has been the norm for Samsung.
As for specs, we should expect the smaller Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC, and the Tab S7 Plus to arrive with a Snapdragon 865 Plus chip, which is believed to be faster by around 10 %. But as great as these specs seem to be, a recent report claims the tablet won’t arrive with an in-display fingerprint reader. Given that, if the iPad Pro’s bezels are big enough for biometric cameras, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 lineup should identify your face, too.
However, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will likely be revealed at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5, so we should get more details soon.
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