As we get closer to the official announcement of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7, the leaks are starting to pick up. The leaked Galaxy Tab S7 renders, courtesy of Twitter user @OnLeaks and Pigtou, showcase a large display accompanied by side bezels, and dual rear camera setup. It looks like the tablet comes with a minor tray at the back, which can be used to attach the S-Pen accessory.
Steve H.McFly, the name behind @OnLeaks, also revealed the expected dimensions, giving users a good idea of what the tablet will look like. It should measure up at roughly 253.7mm x 165.3mm x 6.3mm, which means the tab will be slightly larger and thicker, but not as wide as this year's 11-inch iPad Pro model. Due to the rear camera sticking out, the tablet's thickness increases to 7.7mm.
Twitter user Ice universe, a known Samsung leaker, revealed that both variants of the tablet, Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+, will come with a 120Hz display. Apple has been using 120Hz "ProMotion" displays since the debut of the iPad Pro 10.5 in 2017, offering a smoother experience while using the tablet.
Galaxy Tab S7/S7+，120Hz！— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 12, 2020
The firm hasn't announced when the Galaxy Tab S7 will be available for purchase, but it's expected to arrive beside the Galaxy Note 20 series in August, if not earlier.