New Android 10 Tablet Samsung SM-T575 Benchmarked

What looks like an altogether new Android 10 tablet from Samsung was purportedly benchmarked on Geekbench 5 as noticed by Nashvillechatterclass.

I could only find the benchmark for one version of this tablet, and that was the Samsung SM-T575 model, which so far indicates that if the benchmark is true, there is a tiny chance that it may only comes as a 4G LTE version. As has been the case with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4.

Specs revealed by the benchmark, reveals Android 10, and the octa-core 1.79 GHz Samsung Exynos 9 9810 processor with 4GB of RAM.

This is the same processer that’s been used in a few Samsung smartphones, such as some editions of the Samsung Galaxy S9+.

Samsung SM-T575 Android 10 Tablet 2020
Samsung SM-T575

So just for comparison, with that chipset configuration in the S9+, it clocks in Geekbench 4 benchmark scores of around 3750 in single-core, and 9220 in multi-core scores.

Judging by the model number, this tablet should structurally belong to the 9.6-inch to 10.1-inch range of Samsung’s Android tablets.

It’s been a little over a year since Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, and half a decade since they released the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6.

But it’s still too early to tell if this tablet will succeed either of those two tablets.

The original article also mentioned that he had found traces of a 5,000 mAh battery belonging to Samsung SM-T575, which tells me that this Samsung tablet might be an 8-inch tablet instead, since that’s the typical battery capacity Samsung equips their 8-inch tablets with these days.

– Tom Bowen

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