According to foreign technology media tabletmonkeys, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ tablet has recently passed FCC certification and will be equipped with a 10.95-inch screen, which will be slightly larger than the 10.5-inch screen of the previous generation Tab A8.
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Tab A9+ tablet at the end of September/early October this year. It was previously reported that the tablet appeared in the GeekBench benchmark library, with a single-core score of 903 points and a multi-core score of 903 in version 6.1.0. 1840 points.
Benchmark information shows that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ tablet is equipped with an eight-core processor, including 2 performance cores at 2.21GHz and 6 efficiency cores at 1.80GHz, which is expected to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor.
The running score page also shows that the tablet is equipped with 4GB of memory and is equipped with Android 13 system from the factory. The “SM-X216B” exposed this time should be a version that supports 5G cellular networks, and Samsung will also launch a Wi-Fi Only version.