Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ appear on Google Play Console device catalogue

Samsung reportedly plans to unveil these two tablets at the Unpacked event

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and the Tab S7+ aren’t available yet, but the South Korean company plans on launching the device on August 5th.

Now, the Tab S7 and Tab S7+ have both appeared in the Google Play Console’s Device catalogue, where every device with Play Services enabled is listed.

The catalogue indicates that the Tab S7 sports a Snapdragon 865 Pro — odd, considering the chipset is called the Snapdragon 865+, not Pro — as well as 6GB of RAM, 1600 x 2560-pixel resolution screen, and Android 10.

Whereas, the Tab S7+ will feature the Snapdragon 865 Pro, 6GB of RAM and a higher 1752 x 2800-pixel resolution display.

Previous rumours suggest the Tab S7+ will use an AMOLED display while the Tab S7 features an LCD screen.

Samsung will launch these tablets alongside the Galaxy Watch 3, Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and the Galaxy Buds Live. You can learn more about the August 5th Unpacked event here.

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