Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 + recently received its Denmark certification. As the device Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, this too was rumored to not support any fast charging.
According to the database of the Denmark Certification, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ will have model numbers SM-T970, SM-T976N, and SM-T976B. They will either support the 9.0A /1.67A i.e. 15W charging or the 10.0V/4.5A i.e. 45W charging. It’s clear that the device will support 45W fast charging.
As speculated before, Galaxy Tab S7 Plus will feature a larger 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a pixel density of 267ppi. The device will run on the Snapdragon 865+ processor. The device will have 6/8GB of RAM which will be paired with the internal memory of 128/256 GB. A dedicated MicroSD slot might also be provided for external storage.
The camera specifications of the device will remain similar to that of Galaxy Tab S7. It is expected to have a Dual-camera setup of 13 MP and 5 MP for the rear end and 8MP as the front camera.
The operating system for the device is expected to be Android 10 with One UI 2.5 out of the box. The device will support the S Pen, but any further information on the stylus is unavailable. The in-display fingerprint reader will also be featured on the device.
Certifications from the TUV Rheinland and Saftey Korea, point towards a Rated Battery Capacity of 9800mAh and a Typical Battery Capacity of 10090mAH. Paired with the 45 W charging speed, the device will have a powerful battery performance.
As of now, we don’t really know the exact date for the release of this device. However, this Galaxy Tab S7 series is expected to launch early next month.