First pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ revealed in leaked marketing render and certification documents
It has not been long since SamMobile leaked the spec sheet for the Galaxy Tab S7+, but now two sources have revealed the design of the device and its smaller sibling. CAD renders of the two devices have already been published by Pigtou and OnLeaks, but Evan Blass has published the first marketing render of the series.
The sole photo does not reveal much about the device, besides that it will have slim bezels. Samsung also appears to have designed the series mainly for landscape use, as it has placed the front-facing camera and physical buttons on the longer edge of the device.
Separately, Safety Korea has certified two versions of the Galaxy Tab S7 series, the SM-T975 and SM-T976N. Seemingly the LTE and 5G models of the Tab S7+, the images contained within the certification documents correlate with the image published by Blass.
Additionally, Safety Korea has published an image of the back of the Galaxy Tab S7+. The image confirms that there will be a large area on the back for holstering the tablet's S Pen. The photo reveals that the Galaxy Tab S7 series will sport AKG speakers too.