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Galaxy Tab S7 confirmed to feature not-so-fast charging

Samsung is cheaping out on the Galaxy Tab S7 charging capabilities, as confirmed by some newly published product certification from China’s 3C authority. Despite being near-guaranteed to launch with a premium price tag, the upcoming tablet range will only offer 15W charging, the 3C certification reveals. For reference, this is what’s been considered “fast” in […]

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Galaxy Note 20, Fold 2, Tab S7 rumored to ship with Snapdragon 865+

Samsung may want to equip the Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy Fold 2, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and the Galaxy Tab S7 duo with the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ chipset in some markets after all. This is true at least according to a fresh rumor passed along the Twitter leaker sphere despite the […]

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Some Galaxy Tab S7+ specs revealed, offer no surprises

Samsung’s upcoming tablets are making more and more appearances online as we move closer to their launch. We saw the 11-inch Galaxy Tab S7 in leaked renders earlier this week, and now, the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7+, has gone through Geekbench’s benchmark test, giving us a glimpse at some of its specs.As expected, none of […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ to have a massive battery

Samsung will equip the Galaxy Tab S7+ with a monstrous battery so as to account for the tablet’s significant upgrade in screen real estate. That’s according to a newly published China Compulsory Certificate which lists the device’s rated battery capacity at 9,800mAh. The emergence of the 3C attestation also suggests Samsung’s upcoming series is moving closer […]

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Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G nears release as Samsung obtains product certification

The Galaxy Tab S7 is moving closer to release, with Samsung just securing its first product certification for the line’s top model – the Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G. That would be the SM-T976B that’s expected to become Samsung’s first globally available 5G tablet and second such device from the company overall after its 2019 predecessor […]

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