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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus: benchmarks indicate little progress compared to its predecessor

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus: benchmarks indicate little progress compared to its predecessor

A large number of leaks in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus that has been happening recently indicates that we are getting closer and closer to seeing the new South Korean premium tablet reach the market. The device must bring a generous 10,000mAh battery and has even received Bluetooth certification that revealed its supposed model number.

Now, the device has been seen in Geekbench 4 tests, revealing more details of its specifications. We should actually have a Snapdragon 865 powering the system, which runs Android 10.

However, the benchmark reports only 6GB of RAM, which is not necessarily small, considering that we still have high-end devices bringing the same amount of memory, but somewhat disappointing if we take into account that some of the company’s smartphones reach incredible 16 GB.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus benchmarks indicate little progress compared to its predecessor
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus benchmarks indicate little progress compared to its predecessor

Samsung’s choice is even more doubtful when we remember that the Galaxy Tab family is developed to replace notebooks, bringing integrated Dex mode and available on the device’s own screen. Another point to consider here is the design of the new tablet, which must also be conservative as it is quite similar to that found on the Galaxy Tab S6.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus benchmarks indicate little progress compared to its predecessor
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus should retain much of the design seen in its predecessor.

Anyway, the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus should still maintain a high level of performance, and high battery life, being a good competitor for the iPad Pro. It is worth remembering that this was not the only leak of Samsung devices that we had today.

The renowned leakers Ishan Agarwal and Jon Prosser revealed that the Galaxy Note 20, expected to launch in August, will be available in the classic colors black, white and gray, still rescuing the copper and menthol green colors seen in previous generations.

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