Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ passes by Geekbench with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to debut sometime in January alongside the Galaxy S22 series and we’ve already seen plenty of leaks of what to expect in terms of specs and design. The latest bit of info comes from a Geekbench listing for the Galaxy Tab S8+ which confirms the slate is using Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.
The device bears the SM-X808U identifier and managed a 1,223-point single-core outing while its multi-core test result totaled 3,195 points. We can also spot the device brings 8GB RAM and boots Android 12 likely with One UI 4 on top. Tab S8+ is expected to come with a 12.4-inch 120Hz AMOLED panel and 10,090 mAh battery.
It will serve as the middle option in Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 series which will include an 11-inch vanilla Tab S8 and a high-end Tab S8 Ultra model with a 14.6-inch display.
- 26 Dec 2021
Go look at the 2016 tabs 128 gigs on a mobile device is good 2016 base would be 32
- 26 Dec 2021
Omg that low the 8th gen 1 is awful the a 15 has a score of 4800 lol this sucks a tab is supposed to be gaming centric but its not getting a higher score than my 2020 I pad pro
- 17 Dec 2021
It's "passes by" as in "the bus passes by my house, so I can get on it there". It's not "Geekbench gives the tab S8+ a passing grade".