Samsung is reportedly working on the successor of the Galax Tab S6 flagship tablet from last year. A fresh report on GalaxyClub.nl has revealed some key information on the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 tablet.
The report states that the publication came across SM-T970 (Wi-Fi edition) and SM-T975 (LTE variant) model numbers of the upcoming high-end Samsung tablet. It is believed that this tablet may sport a 12.4-inch display. On the other side, there is a smaller high-end tablet with model numbers SM-T870 and SM-T875 which is speculated to debut as its 11-inch screen version. Like the predecessor Galaxy Tab models, the Tab S7 is also expected to arrive with S Pen stylus support.
In February, Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series of flagship phones. In Q3, it is expected to launch Galaxy Note 20 series. Early rumors had claimed that the upcoming high Galaxy Tab could be debuting as Galaxy Tab S20. However, the new report states that the South Korean company has settled for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus monikers. The 12.4-inch model is expected to carry Galaxy Tab S7+ name.
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Just as Samsung had a 5G variant of the Galaxy Tab S6 with SM-T866 model number, it is speculated that there is a 5G-ready version of the Galaxy Tab S7+. Its model number will be SM-T976. Last year’s Galaxy Tab S6 5GTab S7 Plus will also be also available outside of the home market. Its European version is said to have SM-T976B model number.
The Galaxy Tab S7 series may go official in early August. It could be short followed by Galaxy Note 20. The rumored Galaxy Fold 2 may debut alongside the Note 20 series.