The Samsung SM-P205 tablet that was first leaked through its firmware files in December last year, appears to have been benchmarked four times today.
According to today’s newest benchmarks, the Samsung SM-P205 tablet achieved single-core scores of 1329 and multi-core scores of 4150-4160 in Geekbench 4, which is the most even benchmark scores I’ve ever seen. Sometimes that means the scores are not legit. But the timing and the scores still seems to be within line of the expectations, and the scores are consistent with other scores for this chipset, so there are still good chances that the scores are real.
Newly revealed specs on this tablet are Android 9.0, 3GB of RAM, and an octa-core 1.59 GHz Samsung Exynos 7885 processor.
On a benchmark score comparison basis, this new 2019 Samsung tablet performs at the same level as the great 8-inch New Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.
We still don’t know if the SM-P205 will be an 7-inch, 8-inch, or lager tablet though, and if the model number series will continue to indicate that this tablet will indeed feature an S Pen digitizer.
A lot of people have been hoping for a successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, which was a very productive 8-inch Android tablet launched in 2013 with integrated digitizer.
Since then, the only way to get hold of an 8-inch Android tablet with digitizer from Samsung, has been to opt for the rugged Samsung Galaxy Active2 instead. But that’s not really the type of tablet that the Note 8.0 successor hopefuls have been longing for.
– Tom Bowen