An official-looking render of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has leaked out, showing the upcoming tablet with its S Pen stylus as well as a rear cover and a keyboard accessory. The image shared by Evan Blass also shows a USB-C port and two speaker grilles on the bottom of the Tab S7 plus some connector pins on the side.
Past rumors have said that the Galaxy Tab S7 will have an 11-inch display. Also expected to be included is a dual rear camera setup, a Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, and a 7760mAh battery.
One feature that reportedly won't make the cut is an in-display fingerprint sensor. A report from SamMobile says that there will not be a fingerprint reader built into the Tab S7's display and that instead it'll have a fingerprint sensor built into the power button on its side.
There aren't a ton of new Android tablets coming out regularly, but Samsung is one company that does continue to churn them out for fans of Android on a tablet. This includes the upcoming Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+, which are shaping up to be premium models for folks who want a flagship Android alternative to the iPad Pro.