Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Benchmark Scores – Powered By Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor

One of Samsung’s many unannounced and coming new Android tablets has been benchmarked four times over this week, and this time it’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is an upcoming Android 10 tablet at around 10.5 inches that may be launched within a month or two. We’ve seen official records of both the Wi-Fi only and 4G LTE versions with model numbers Samsung SM-T500/505/507.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 that’s just been benchmarked four times this week is the 4G LTE tablet with model number Samsung SM-T505. It appears to be powered by a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 or 655 processor. In some ways it doesn’t matter, since it’s the benchmarks that matters, though we can see that it’s an 1.8 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 3GB of RAM. It actually performs very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Benchmarks Score

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 benchmarks

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In Geekbench 5 the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 achieved single-core scores of around 315, and around 1370 in multi-core scores. This should pretty much be the equivalent of 1300 in single-core and 4900 in multi-core scores on Geekbench 4.

In our prior leaks, I’ve speculated that Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 may feature wireless charging too like Amazon’s newest tablet, though this has not been fully confirmed yet. There’s also a chance that this Android 10 tablet will feature an integrated digitizer and quad speakers.

– Tom Bowen

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