Mysterious Samsung Tablet With Snapdragon 710, 4GB RAM Leaked Via Geekbench
Korean electronics giant Samsung is one of the few manufacturers that still make Android tablets. After the popularity of tablet devices that were not Apple iPad fell a few years ago, only companies like Samsung, Lenovo and Huawei have managed to occupy the Android tablet market. The company’s latest device is the Galaxy Tab S5e that was announced at the Galaxy Unpacked event in the month of February. Now a mysterious device has surfaced via a listing on performance benchmarking website Geekbench. It confirms a few key details about the tablet and may be launched soon.
The Samsung tablet that has been leaked via the renowned performance benchmarking website Geekbench; is expected to be a slight upgrade to the Galaxy Tab S5e. The listing reveals the upcoming device will have the model number SM-T545, which coincides with the company’s tablet lineup. It will run on the 10nm Snapdragon 710 SoC which will make it the first tablet to feature the chipset. The processor is comprised of an Octa-core CPU and the Adreno 616 GPU. On the benchmarking tool, the device has been shown to have scored 929 in the single-core test; while the multicore test has yielded a result of 4450.
Other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy tablet include a humble 4GB of RAM. The device will run on the latest Android 9 Pie which is likely to be skinned with the company’s OneUI. According to the aforementioned specifications, it is speculated that the tablet may be introduced as a part of a new series by Samsung. Unfortunately, more details about it are unknown at the moment, but as it has been spotted on Geekbench, an announcement about the device is expected in the following weeks.