Samsung is set to hold an Unpacked event next week on August 5, where it will reveal its new Galaxy Note20, Galaxy Z Fold2, Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds Live, and the Galaxy Tab S7 duo. As we near the event, more information about the devices has been popping up on the internet, and now, Google itself confirmed some of the specs of the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ through the Google Play Console, as spotted by Pricebaba.
Some of the information we already knew, including the fact that both models will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865+ chipset. It also confirms both cellular and Wi-Fi only models for each of the variants, and it reveals that the Tab S7+ will have more RAM, with 8GB, while the Galaxy Tab S7 will stick with 6GB.
As previously reported, the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7+ will have a 2800x1752 resolution, while the smaller 11-inch model will have a lower 2560x1600 display. The listing points to a pixel density of 340DPI, but doing the math, it's actually around 266DPI for the Tab S7+ and 274DPI for the regular Tab S7.
That leaves some unconfirmed information, but a recent leak from WinFuture shone light on just about every detail of the tablets. For one thing, there are plenty of images of the devices, revealing a new design with flat edges similar to the newer iPad Pro models. It also reveals three colors for the smaller model, but only black for the larger Galaxy Tab S7+. Another leak, from famed leaker Evan Blass on Twitter, revealed the tablet alongside a keyboard attachment.
The smaller model will use an LCD panel, with AMOLED being reserved for the 12.4-inch variant, but both will reportedly sport a 120Hz refresh rate. Both will also come with an S Pen, with an area on the back of the tablet to house it while it isn't being used. Above the pen area, the camera setup will feature a 13MP main camera and a 5MP ultra-wide lens. The front-facing camera has an 8MP resolution.
The leak also suggests a 10,090mAh battery for the larger Tab S7+ model, with the regular Tab S7 making do with a 7,040mAh unit. Storage will be 128GB in the Wi-Fi-only models, and up to 256GB on the cellular model, according to the leak, but they will also support expandable storage.
There's only one week to go until Samsung makes the devices official, at which point we'll know the specs for sure, as well as price and availability details.