The Galaxy Tab S8 series will be Samsung’s next high-end tablets, and their full specifications were leaked a few months ago thanks to a survey held by none other than Samsung itself. .
In particular, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra model is receiving special attention from users when it possesses a lot of “terrible” features such as a large 14.6-inch screen, 11,500 mAh battery and powerful processor.
Like all of Samsung’s high-end tablets launched in recent years, the Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chipset. And a recent rumor has reaffirmed that Samsung’s upcoming AMD Exynos 2200 processor will not appear in the Galaxy Tab S7 successor. However, that changed today with a new report from Korean sources, which says that the Ultra model could at least feature the Exynos 2200 chipset.
According to previous reports, Samsung’s Exynos 2200 will be built on an advanced 4nm process. It is codenamed “Pamir” and uses AMD’s RDNA2 graphics microarchitecture. The same technology was used in the graphics cards of the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and AMD Radeon RX. However, due to the architecture and power consumption, the specific performance of Samsung Exynos combined with AMD GPU may not be up to par with gaming consoles or computers. However, the test performance of the leaked Exynos 2200 recently shows that it can compete fairly with rival SoCs from Apple or Qualcomm.
The Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to launch early next year, with rumors saying they will arrive alongside the Galaxy S22 series. Wait and watch it!