It seems like Samsung isn’t done with their Tab series. Despite Apple getting a ton of praise for their excellent tablets, Samsung is continuing to plough through with their line of tablets. Their upcoming release, supposedly dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has just made its first round on Geekbench.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has had a few of its details leaked this week, including the addition of 5G and a 120Hz display. Today’s round of leaks come courtesy of Geekbench, leaking the score as well as some internals we should expect from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7.
Featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 supposedly, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (SM-T976B) managed to score 4,277 in the single-core department and 123286 in the multi-core department, right in-line with what you would expect from a Snapdragon 865. Other details revealed by the leak include 6GB of memory and a somewhat fresh install of Android 10.
All of these additions would definitely allow the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 to be able to compete with the rest of the competition, at least initially. It’ll be interesting to see what Samsung has in store for the device and if we’re yet to see some unique details regarding the device moving forward.
Regarding the release date, while nothing has been revealed yet, this is just about the usual time Samsung releases their Tab series of devices, unless Samsung has something unique planned out.
Regarding pricing, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 coming with a $700~ price tag. Especially with the addition of the new 5G model and 120Hz displays.