Geekbench reveals surprise appearance of Samsung tablet equipped with Exynos 1280 chip

Geekbench reveals surprise appearance of Samsung tablet equipped with Exynos 1280 chip

Samsung is reportedly working on a new affordable tablet, according to a benchmarking listing that recently surfaced. This tablet, which is believed to be a mid-range device, is expected to fill the gap between the Galaxy Tab A9 and the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series. While the official name is still unknown, it could potentially be called the Galaxy Tab S9 Lite or Galaxy Tab S8 Lite.

The tablet's model number is listed as SM-P620 in the Geekbench benchmark. It is anticipated to be equipped with a mid-range Exynos 1280 processor, which is a 5nm chipset featuring two high-performance CPU cores and six power-efficient CPU cores. The device achieved a score of 930 in single-core tests and 1,843 in multi-core tests. It is also likely to come with 4GB of RAM and run on the latest Android 14 operating system.

Based on these specifications, it appears that the upcoming tablet will outperform the Galaxy Tab A9+, which utilizes an older 6nm chip. However, it may not reach the same level of power as the Galaxy Tab S9 FE.

While there is no confirmed release date for this tablet, it is possible that it could launch before the end of 2024. However, considering that even the name of the device has not been revealed, it seems that consumers will have to wait a bit longer before it becomes available in markets worldwide.

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