Here are the first Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 benchmarks for the Android 11 tablet that Samsung could unveil soon.
Because the processor is a Unisoc Tiger T618 processor at 2.0 GHz with 3GB of RAM for both the Wi-Fi (SM-X200) model, and the 4G LTE (SM-X205).
Both of these Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 tablet models feature 3GB of RAM as well. The processor runs at a higher frequency of 2.0 GHz than the 1.8 GHz in the Nokia T20 tablet though, and Samsung manages to score higher with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 benchmarks.
In Geekbench 4, the 10.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 started scoring and average of 1500 in single-core, but was later brought up to over 1600, with 1704 being the highest score when it was benchmarked yesterday.
In multi-core it scored over 5200 repeatedly, with 5285 as the highest score.
So Samsung appears to have brought out the most from the processor as well as the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 motherboard. But let’s wait and see after it launches and if it will actually perform noticeably better than the Nokia T20 in practice then.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 model name can be confirmed through the Bluetooth registrar, where it was also just approved with Bluetooth 5.0.
– Tom Bowen