Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra with Snapdragon 8 gen 1 benchmarked

Peter, 16 November 2021

About a week after the Galaxy Tab S8+ ran Geekbench, the top dog of the upcoming Samsung tablets did so as well – the SM-X906N, suspected of being the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra for South Korea, showed up in the results database.

The slate was powered by the same “Taro” chipset, which will be marketed under the name “Snapdragon 8 gen 1”, according to the latest rumors (rather than “898” as it was known so far).

Geekbench results: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra (SM-X906N) Geekbench results: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra (SM-X906N) Geekbench results: Galaxy Tab S8+ (SM-X808U)
Geekbench results: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra (SM-X906N) • Galaxy Tab S8+ (SM-X808U)

Anyway, the Tab S8 Ultra also ran Android 12 with 8 GB of RAM. Leaked specs suggest that this 14.6” tablet (with a 120 Hz OLED display) will come in 8/128 GB and 12/512 GB configurations. Also, it will weigh in at 650g with a 12,000 mAh battery capable of 45W fast charging.

The Tab S8 series seems ready to launch, though Samsung is yet to set an announcement date. We may have to wait until January or February for the new slates.

Source | Via


Reader comments

Maybe it goes to waste, for now. But at least it's there and makes it more future proof

  • Anonymous
  • 12 Dec 2021
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All that unused power in the iPad pro it's a waste of money. Tablets are tablets, not computers/laptops.

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  • 12 Dec 2021
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I read comics and novels on my tablet....The bigger the screen th better

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