With less than two months left for Samsung’s ‘Unpacked’ event, we are hearing about the company’s upcoming flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S7+, with increasing frequency. In our last article about this new tablet, you read about its appearance on the Bluetooth SIG website. Hours after this report, we published another article talking about the Tab S7+’s smaller screened, lower-priced sibling, the Galaxy Tab S7, and its appearance on China’s 3C certification website. Today, we have come across a Geekbench result that bears the model number SM-T976B. This model, in case you aren’t aware, refers to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, making it the tablet’s first-ever appearance on the popular benchmarking platform. Before we talk any further, take a look at the benchmark scores in the screenshot below.
From the image above, you can see that the Galaxy Tab S7+ manages a single-core score of 4277 points and a multi-core score of 13286 points in Geekbench 4. Also evident from the Benchmark result is the fact that the device uses the ‘Kona’ SoC, which is the internal codename for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. The model that was tested also appears to ship with 6GB of RAM and runs Android 10 as well.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 series, as per previous leaks, shall be offered in two variants the aforementioned top-end variant called the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+with a larger 12.3-inch display and a smaller Galaxy Tab S7 model with a smaller 11-inch panel. Both these machines will get AMOLED panels and shall also be using the flagship-grade SD 865 chipset, as also made evident from the screenshot above.
The Galaxy Tab S7+ is expected to also feature AKG branded stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, a dual-camera setup at the rear, and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Needless to say, the device will also feature comprehensive support for 5G networks. The battery capacity on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is rumored to be around 9,800mAH.
We expect Samsung to launch these new tablets along with the company’s 2020 Galaxy Nite Series devices on August 5.