About two months ago, Samsung’s new tablet with the device number SM-X506B was exposed. At that time, some people speculated that the device code-named “Birdie” was the Galaxy Tab S8 FE. This is an affordable mobile device for some users who need a secure tablet.
Recently, Twitter user @rquandt revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 FE will use an LCD screen, support the S Pen stylus, and use the Wacom digitizer to provide native support, which will have a good user experience. If you like to use a stylus, you might look forward to the Galaxy Tab S8 FE, which seems to be a big improvement over the Galaxy Tab S7 FE.
It’s a pity that there are not many details about the Galaxy Tab S8 FE at present, only that it is pre-installed with the Android 13 system, which will be Samsung’s first tablet to install this system. At the same time, it is equipped with the MediaTek
MT8791V mobile platform, namely the Kompanio 900T chip. It is understood that SM-X506B is a version that supports 5G networks, while the device number of the Wi-Fi version should be SM-X500.
The Kompanio 900T chip is manufactured using TSMC’s 6nm process. The CPU part includes two Cortex-A78@2.6 GHz performance cores and six Cortex-A55@2.0 GHz energy efficiency cores; the GPU is Mali-G68, which can adapt to the screen with 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate; integrates the third generation AI processor APU; support LPDDR5 memory and USB 3.1 storage. In fact, the Galaxy Tab S8 FE has already appeared in the Geekbench database, and the benchmark test with 4GB of memory shows that its single-core score is 773 points and the multi-core score is 2318 points.
It is understood that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 FE may be launched as soon as next month.