Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Will Feature A Large 10,090mAh Battery


Samsung will be unveiling the successor to the flagship Galaxy Tab S6 Android tablet in the coming months. However, the company is rumored to launch a Plus monicker alongside the standard Galaxy Tab S7. Now, the Galaxy Tab S7+ reportedly spotted on TUV Rheinland and Safety Korea certification websites revealing its battery capacity.

As per the latest leaks, the Galaxy Tab S7+ will come equipped with a massive 10,090mAh battery. However, the rated capacity of the battery on the Plus-sized tablet will be only 9,800mAh. This huge battery should make the tablet last for a longer period of continuous usage.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ to launch with 10,090mAh battery

The current-gen Galaxy Tab S6 features a 7,040mAh battery and is rated to last for a full 15 hours of video playback.


As seen with the Galaxy Tab S6, the Galaxy Tab S7+ could also support charging through the POGO Charging Dock apart from the USB Type-C port.

In comparison, the Galaxy Tab S7 might sport a 7,760mAh battery. While the Galaxy Tab S6 came with a 15W Adaptive fast charger, the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 lineup will likely come bundled with a 25W fast charger.

While the latest certifications only revealed the battery capacity of the Galaxy Tab S7+, the earlier leaks disclosed even more details. The rumored 12.4-inch display on the Plus variant will be supporting a 120Hz high refresh rate.


Even with so much real estate, these new tablets won't be able to accommodate the 3.5mm audio jack. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform. The cellular variant of the tablet will also support 5G connectivity.

Samsung might launch these new tablets on August 5th

The Geekbench listing also revealed the tablet to come with a minimum of 6GB of RAM. Just like the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series, the Galaxy Tab S7 tablets will also run on Android 10-based OneUI 2.5 out of the box.

Also, the leaked renders have revealed the design, which looks very much similar to its predecessor.


On the rear, we can spot the dual-camera setup along with a magnetic groove for holding the S-Pen.

With the Galaxy Tab S7+, Samsung is looking to compete with the larger Apple iPad Pro. If you weren't aware, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro packs a 9,720mAh battery.

The Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ are expected to be launched alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Z Flip 5G on August 5th.