The 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 tablets was first Wi-Fi approved back in May. What seemed peculiar then was that it featured Wi-Fi 5, so I cautioned about drawing the wrong conclusions at that point.
Well today one of the other versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets was Wi-Fi approved, this time for the model Samsung SM-T976B. And this time around it actually was officially registered with Wi-Fi 6 instead. So that’s dual-band a/b/g/n/ac/ax Wi-Fi options.
You can see the rest of the Wi-Fi specs detailed below, but at least it points to Samsung’s upcoming S7 tablets featuring more than just a record power for an Android tablet. The other specs, features, and details should be good too.
I would guess that even 8K video recording stands a 50/50 chance of being introduced on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ tablets too.
– Tom Bowen