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Galaxy Tab S8 +: Apple’s A15 explodes the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in this benchmark
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is Qualcomm’s new high-end processor. If we are to believe this benchmark, it should equip Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 +. Faced with the Apple A15 Bionic, however, it looks pale.
A few days ago, Qualcomm made official its new high-end processor: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, brought to replace the Snapdragon 888 in its segment. Today, a benchmark of the future Galaxy Tab S8 + tablet of Samsung equipped with this SoC appears on the net.
Spotted by Sammobile, the benchmark was carried out on Geekbench 5 and brings very interesting results. In single-core, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 achieves the score of 1223 points, while he climbs to 3195 points in multi-core. It’s logically a little better than the Snadpragon 888, but still far behind the A15 Bionic, Apple’s processor.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 overtaken by Apple’s A15
Indeed, the processor which equips the iPhone 13 exceeds, by far, this new processor from Qualcomm, reaching 4589 points in multi-core. The A15 Bionic seems unattainable right now, but that doesn’t mean the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is in the works. On the contrary, this is the most powerful processor on Android currently if we are to believe this benchmark.
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This benchmark is also an opportunity to provide us with valuable information on the future Galaxy Tab S8 + from Samsung, the new flagship tablet from the Korean manufacturer. This model, shown here under the code name SM-X808U, has of 8 GB of RAM. It is also indicated that it is equipped with Android 12, with of course the software overlay from Samsung: OneUI 4.X.
The Galaxy Tab S8 would be declined in three versions depending on the leaks. We would have a classic Tab S8 with an 11-inch LCD screen, a Tab S8 + (the one shown in today’s benchmark) with a 12.4-inch AMOLED display as well as an Ultra model with a 14-inch OLED display. , 6 inches. An interesting format for a tablet which seeks at all costs to replace your laptop PC.
At this time, we don’t have a specific release date for this touchscreen slate, but it could be delayed due to a COVID outbreak at Samsung’s premises.