Renderings for an unannounced Samsung tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, show that the device could have a large 12.4-inch screen (via 9to5Google). This screen size would make the Tab S7 Plus quite large compared to most Android tablets, although it would be a little smaller than Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The renderings come from Leaker OnLeaks and Case Maker Pigtou and were apparently based on leaked CAD drawings. That said, you should take everything about the renderings with a grain of salt – but what the renderings show seems to be within the possibilities.
Here they are if you want to see them for yourself:
Pigtou's article also contains some rumored specifications and information about the S7 Plus tab. It will appear to be approximately 285mm long, 185mm wide and 5.7mm thick and could come with a dual camera setup on the back. There may be a single camera on the front. However, if you make a change compared to the Galaxy Tab S6, this camera is on the right side of the tablet and not at the top (if you hold the tablet in portrait mode). It is also rumored that the Tab S7 Plus has a 9,800 mAh battery and a 120 Hz display and works with the Samsung S Pen.
Here is a video showing the design of the Tab S7 Plus from the Pigtou YouTube channel:
OnLeaks and Pigtou have also teamed up when rendering the rumored Galaxy Tab S7. The tablet will appear to have an 11-inch screen and could be 253.7 mm long, 165.3 mm wide and 6.3 mm thick, which makes it slightly larger than the Tab S6. Like the Tab S7 Plus, the Tab S7 may also have two rear cameras and a front camera on the right bezel of the tablet. It could also come with a 7,760mAh battery.
Here is a gallery of the tab S7 renderings:
And here is a video of Tab S7 from Pigtou's YouTube channel:
It is unclear when these tablets will come out or how much they will cost. The Galaxy Tab S6 was released in September. Maybe the Tab S7 and the S7 Plus will be released in a similar period.