Samsung Tab S7+ 10,000 mAh battery gets certified for safety

Samsung Galaxy S7

The new Samsung flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is set to release on August 5 along with the Note20 series, Galaxy Fold 2 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. According to leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 will also have a Plus model.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ will have a massive battery inside. TUV Rheinland and Safety Korea certifications confirm the capacity will be at 9.800 mAh with a normal charge of 10,090 mAh. Also Read–  Google launches new Curation App

The design of the tab seems to be quite similar to the tab introduced last year, including the dual camera location on the back and the groove underneath for the S-Pen attachment. 

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The main difference between the regular and plus size model will be the size. The regular model will offer an 11-inch OLED display which is a little bigger than the Tab S6, and the Tab S7x will have a 12.3 or 12.4 inch display. Both devices will share a high refresh rate of 120 Hz and a flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G. The smaller version of the tablet is expected to have a smaller 7,760 mAh battery

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