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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ TUV Rheinland certification reveals 10,090mAh battery


Samsung may likely launch its next-gen flagship tablet during the August 5 event that is also projected to be the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Fold 2, Z Flip 5G and Watch series unveil event.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has been tipped to also have a Galaxy Tab S7+ sibling and that has no been confirmed. The tablet has been certified by both TUV Rheinland and Safety Korea certifications. The TUV Rheinland certification shows the Galaxy Tab S7+ will pack a 9,800 mAh and having a typical charge of 10,090 mAh.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Before now, the difference between the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ is thought to be the sizes only but the battery capacity also differs. The Galaxy Tab S7 has earlier been leaked to feature a 7,760 mAh battery.


The Tab S7 is expected to pack an 11-inch OLED display which is notably slightly bigger than the Tab S6’s. On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab S7+ will pack a bugger 12.3 or 12.4 inches screen size. Both AMOLED displays are expected to offer up to 120Hz refresh rate and will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset. The chipset will bring onboard 5G connectivity.


We expect to get the full details when the slate is officially launched.

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