Last week we got our first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 thanks to a set of leaked renders. Some rumors have suggested that Samsung is working on a Galaxy Tab S7+ model as well, and now that upcoming tablet has leaked out, too.
These new Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ renders are based on factory CAD drawings, giving us an early look at the upcoming device. In these renders from OnLeaks and Pigtou, the Galaxy Tab S7+ looks fairly similar to the Tab S7 but there is one notable change.
The Tab S7+ is said to have a 12.4-inch display, up from the rumored 11-inch screen of the regular Tab S7. The battery in the Tab S7+ is expected to be larger, too, coming in at 9800mAh while the non-Plus version of the Tab S7 gets a 7760mAh battery.
Other rumored features of the Galaxy Tab S7+ include a 120Hz refresh rate, dual rear camera array, a USB-C port for charging, and what looks to be a spot on the back of the device where the S Pen stylus could magnetically attach.
The expected dimensions of the Galaxy Tab S7+ are 285mm x 185mm x 5.7mm. That's not too much bigger than the Galaxy Tab S7's rumored dimensions of 253.7mm x 165.3mm x 6.3mm.
Samsung didn't offer a bigger Plus version of its Galaxy Tab S6 last year, so this Galaxy Tab S7+ will be a welcome option for folks who want a bigger Android tablet. Apple offers two sizes of its iPad Pro, 11-inch and 12.9-inch, and now it looks like Android fans will have similar options for premium tablets from Samsung.
Rumors say that the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ could be announced at a Samsung event on August 5.