Samsung has been working on its releases, with many thinking it hopes of regaining momentum after a sluggish several periods. Consequently, recent benchmark listings offer people a glimpse of what to expect from the company, including a new tablet via model Samsung SM-T585 and the performance of the new Galaxy S7 series.
Benchmark listings have been a source of information for products not yet released or relatively new devices and their performance details. The case is both for Samsung this time. According to a new benchmark test, Samsung is preparing for a new tablet dubbed as the SM-T585 model. The listing was spotted under GFXBench, suggesting that the prototype went under evaluation already.
According to the listing, some of the features of the device include 10” 1,920×1,200 touchscreen, Exynos 7870 chipset that comes along with 1.7GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU and Mali-T830 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal memory, 8MP primary camera plus LED flash and 2MP front shooter. The device will also come with standard connectivity options. From what can be gathered from the listing, it does not appear that Samsung’s new tablet is a high end one. It does not have NFC support and the 16GB storage may not be in line with a tablet user’s taste.
As for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 series, there has been an ongoing debate about its performance. The main problem, according to many reports, is that the lineup is inconsistent. There are two processor variants which are far from each other’s performance. As it appears from another AnTuTu benchmark test, Samsung’s Qualcomm-running model is better than the Samsung Exynos 8890 model. This is particularly true for the graphics performance. However, if benchmark tests were any indication, not all results translate to real-life experience as some devices perform better than on their paper performance. There is still an air of surprise from the Galaxy S7 lineup depending on the user.