Samsung is already working on its next generation of premium tablets. The South Korean giant is expected to launch multiple models under the Galaxy Tab S8 series next year. These include the Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra. As the name goes by, the Tab S8 Ultra will be the most premium offering among the three Samsung tablets. The tablet’s design renders have leaked in the past, revealing the major design overhaul. Now, MySmartPrice has spotted the tablet on the Geekbench website ahead of the launch. The device listed on the Geekbench website is likely the Korean variant of the Tab S8 Ultra. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra specifications, features and other details revealed via Geekbench.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra Geekbench
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is expected to launch early next year. The tablet is listed on Geekbench ahead of the official launch. The device has the model number SM-X906N. The listing reveals that the device could draw power from the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 SoC, aka Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. It is paired with an Adreno 730 GPU. The variant listed on Geekbench has 8GB of RAM. We can expect more RAM and storage variants of the Tab S8 Ultra to be offered in different regions.
The tablet scored 1215 in Geekbench’s single-core test, which is slightly higher than 1211 scored by the Tab S8+. In the multi-core test, the tablet scored 3159, which is marginally lesser than the 3193 scores of the Tab S8+. The final detail revealed via the listing is around the software. The tablet runs Android 12 out of the box. We can expect it to have a layer of OneUI 4.0 on top of the Android 12 update.
Leaked design renders further reveal that the tablet will sport a 14.6-inch display with slim bezels around it. The screen has a tiny notch on the right edge for the front camera. On the back, there is a pill-shaped camera module housing two sensors and an LED flash. The tablet also sports a magnetic strip below the camera module for the S Pen. Other details include a quad-speaker setup, a USB Type-C port and no 3.5mm headphone jack.
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