From the same report that mentioned the possible Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2018) (SM-T590) came also the first Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 10.5 (SM-T835) benchmark scores, since the Samsung Tab S4 was benchmarked on Geekbench last night.
While we can’t tell for sure if this benchmark is from Samsung itself since it is possible to fake the model names, there is nothing to suggest that these benchmark scores are not real, and everything about the scores looks legit and correct.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 achieved Geekbench 4 scores that were just around 3-4% percent from the highest average for this processor, in typical Samsung fashion I would say. So in real world terms, this tablet seems to be set up for a good overall combination of speed, power, battery life, while avoiding overheating and crashing.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 benchmarks were carried out 4 times in a row on May 16, and you can see the average on single-core and multi-core above, which are both very good for a tablet, and these scores will make the S4 very snappy for web browsing, running apps, and for more complicated and resource intensive tasks, like gaming.
Nothing new is revealed in terms of specs, other than what we know from previous leaks, including 4GB RAM, and Android 8.1 during testing of the Tab S4. The official unveiling of Samsung’s next 2560 x 1600 OLED tablet should be just weeks away now based on the order of the past leaks.
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– Tom Bowen