Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 + powered by Snapdragon 898 appears on Geekbench
Back in September, a vivo phone with the upcoming Snapdragon 898 was running Geekbench, but that early result seemed hampered by the low clock speeds. Now Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 + has given it a try and the result is better, although it may not yet be completely final.
The run was performed by the Samsung SM-X808U – the model number decoding suggests that it is the Tab S8 + with 5G for the US. It was equipped with 8 GB of RAM and ran Android 12 (not 12L at first glance, but this can be misidentified by the benchmark).
The score shows 1,211 points on a single core and 3,193 points on the multi-core. For comparison, the Galaxy S22 + with the previously run Exynos 2200 had 1,073 points in singles and 3,389 points in multi-core. Both chipsets are made in the same foundries (Samsung 4nm) and will have an almost identical processor composition – a first Cortex-X2, three Cortex-A710s and for A510.
First Geekbench results: Galaxy Tabs S8 + (Snapdragon 898) • Galaxy S22 + (Exynos 2200)
Note that the X2 in the Exynos test was not running at its maximum speed, so these early comparisons aren’t particularly informative (in this case, as with the vivo, the problem appears to have been a conservative and energy efficient regulator). The 898 appears to have performed at the expected frequencies – 3.0 GHz for the main core, 2.5 GHz for the middle cores, and 1.8 GHz for the small ones.
We’ll have to wait longer until reliable benchmarks emerge to compare the two new flagship chips for Android (and don’t forget the Dimensity 2000), as well as to talk about generational improvements over the Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100.
For now, here’s a quick reminder of the leaked specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 +. It will have a 12.4-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon 898 (an Exynos version to be determined), RAM will be set at 8GB, storage will be available in 128GB and 256 options. Go. The tablet will be powered by a 10,090mAh battery that will support 45W fast charging. There will be a 13 + 5 MP camera on the back, a fingerprint reader under the screen on the back. the front and four speakers on the side.
A Vanilla Tab S8 and a Tab S8 Ultra are also in the works. They are expected to be unveiled in January or February, possibly alongside the Galaxy S22 (and maybe not).
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