The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ will officially have a 10,090mAh battery onboard
For the past few weeks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ rumours have been surfacing online here and there. So far, the only tech specs that are confirmed is the Snapdragon 865 chipset and 6GB of RAM but there is something even better - the tablet just passed its TUV Rheinland certification and it will have a 10,090mAh battery pack.
Besides TUV Rheinland, the Galaxy Tab S7+ was also certified by Safety Korea according to @smartvenkat95 in this Twitter account. While the tablet shows a 9800mAh rated battery on paper, the typical charge value is 10,090mAh and that's seriously power overwhelming. Compared with the vanilla Galaxy Tab S7 tablet, the battery capacity is just 7760mAh.
#Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Clears TUV Rheinland and Safety Korea certifications— Venkatesh Babu.G (@smartvenkat95) June 20, 2020
9,800mAh rated capacity and 10,090mAh typical capacity#SamsungGalaxyTabS7Plus #GalaxyTabS7Plus pic.twitter.com/G2bOdfIMpT
In terms of other tech specs, the Galaxy Tab S7+ might come with up to 12.4-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. 5G connectivity might be integrated as well and we can't be sure if Samsung Malaysia plans to import this into the Malaysia market. Should the tablet make it in time, it should appear alongside the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series in August 2020.
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