Leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 have started with some sources claiming that it could land next to the Galaxy Note 20 in early August, and we are also starting to learn some of the specs that may have been recorded. The last leak suggests that the upcoming tablet will come with a larger battery cell than last year’s Galaxy Tab S6.
According to a certification document spotted by MySmartPrice, the Galaxy Tab S7 may contain a 7,760mAh cell. The Galaxy Tab S6 had a 7,040mAh cell, which would mean an increase of about 10% in 2020. This comes from a similar source to one that has been identified there may be a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus in development. That larger slate could be launched alongside the Galaxy Tab S7.
The exact specifications we will see on this – or even the standard Galaxy Tab S7 – are not quite clear yet. We would expect the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus to come with the top class Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset and one leak has suggested that the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus will have a 12.4-inch display with the Galaxy Tab S7 set to get an 11-inch display.
Since the specifications are not yet completely clear, the large battery may mean that Samsung has some more functions, such as a higher resolution display, which will require a lot of battery power. This could be Samsung’s reasoning to increase the size of the supplied cell, but it could also be that Samsung wants to improve the total battery life.