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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra: next Geekbench test

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has reappeared on Geekbench. This time we got a slightly better result with a newer version of the benchmark.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has reappeared on Geekbench. This time we got a slightly better result, but the test also ran with a newer version of the benchmark (v6.1 vs. 6.0) than last time. Therefore, test results may not be fully comparable. The chipset’s main core ran at a frequency of 3.36 GHz, the four large cores at 2.80 GHz, and the three small cores at 2.02 GHz. This can only be one processor – Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, custom-made for Samsung.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra tested was the mid-range version if the leaked storage information is correct. The first benchmark we saw showed 8GB of RAM, while today’s test shows 12GB (meaning 256GB of storage). In addition, a top model with 16/512 GB should follow. This is also a different variant – SM-X910 instead of the SM-X916B which we saw last time.

While Samsung is still keeping a low profile when it comes to teasers, several leaks have already revealed the design and specifications of the upcoming Samsung tablets. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will be the largest of the three new models with a 14.6-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2,960 x 1,848 pixels. There will also be a notch for the two cameras on the front. In addition, the Ultra should have an 11,200 mAh battery that charges at 45 watts.

Samsung will launch the new Galaxy Tab S9 series at the Galaxy Unpacked event in Seoul in the last week of July. Also on stage will be the Galaxy Z Fold5, the Z Flip5 and the new Galaxy Watch6 series.

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Mats Hellqvist
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