It’s been nearly a year Samsung launched its powerhouse Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6. And while the mid-range variant of that tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite just recently made its debut in Malaysia, image renders of the brand’s alleged Tab S7+ have reportedly leaked.
The leaked renders come by way of 9to5Google, who in turn procured them via @Onleaks and Twitter user by the name of Pigtou. At a glance, the renders of the Tab S7+ looks par for the course and what you’d expect from Samsung; you’ve got the standard slate design that is also reminiscent of the current iPad Pro’s design. Along the back, the render outlines where the tablet’s antennas would be located, plus a barely visible indentation just below what appears to be a dual-camera module. About the length of the Samsung S Pen.
As for the display size, it’s been rumoured that the Tab S7+ will have a 12.4-inch display, although it’s native resolution has yet to be disclosed. Given that the Tab S6’s native resolution was set at 2560 x 1600, it’s unlikely that Samsung would fit anything less than that moving forward. Oh, and it’s possible that it could roll with a 120Hz refresh rate.
At the time of writing, there’s still no official word from Samsung regarding the tablet, and it’s not likely for the Korean brand to be making any announcements on the device until it’s next Unpacked event, which typically takes place either in August or September.