Just yesterday, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 and Tab S9 Ultra appeared on Geekbench with the model names SM-X716B and SM-X916B. Now two more Samsung tablets have passed the benchmark tests on Geekbench. The new devices should be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 Lite. One of the tablets had the model code SM-X516B, the other was named SM-X616B.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 Lite were powered by Exynos 1380 chipsets in the tests and ran Android 13. However, the SM-X516B had 6 GB of RAM, while the SM-X616B had 8 GB of storage on board. The scores also differ, but only marginally. In addition, these are probably pre-series devices, so the final values may vary.
It is still unclear whether these devices are the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE or the Galaxy Tab S9 Lite. The Galaxy Tab S8 only had a Tab S8+ and a Tab S8 Ultra in tow. The last Fan Edition hit the market with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE while the last Lite was the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.
However, we already know that the Galaxy Tab S9 series contains a Plus version with the model name SM-X716B. The S9+ variant did not yet appear in Geekbench tests. But like the rest of the models in the series, it should have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy chipset under the hood. The same processor also powers the flagships of the Galaxy S23 series.