Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has leaked a few times already, surprising nobody, since the Tab S6 Lite before it was a bit of a sleeper hit. Now we have a fresh with extra details, a leak that involves a benchmark. It’s a GeekBench leak, revealing the presence of the Snapdragon 750G processor inside.
It was revealed last month that Samsung was working on a new tablet dubbed Tab S7 Lite. It appeared under codenames like SM-T730, SM-T735 and SM-T736GB, which are associated to the WiFi, 4G and even 5G version sof the device. Now we learn that the GeekBench benchmark has listed more intel on the slate. It’s the SM-T736B version of the device that’s been leaking out, with a processor codenamed Lito on GeekBench 5. It’s clocked at 1.8 GHz and it’s coupled with 4 GB of RAM and Android 11.
It scores 650 points in the single core test and 1694 points in the multi core one. We see a top frequency of 2.21 GHz and the Adreno 619 GPU here. These are clues hinting at a Snapdragon 750G CPU, already present on the Galaxy A42 5G from Samsung, but also the Moto G 5G and Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite. The Tab S7 Lite was previously rumored to pack a 12.4 inch screen, 5G connectivity, S-Pen support and Android 11 with One UI 3.1 on top. It should have 4 or 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a very slim metal body.
A quad speaker setup is definitely likely and the debut should take place in June. Expect a hefty price for the 5G version.
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