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The Galaxy Tab S8+ was spotted in online benchmarks earlier today, so it was only a matter of time before the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra would join the party. And, it did. The upcoming premium tablet was spotted at Geekbench moments ago running Android 12 and the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 as the rest of the series.

The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, model number SM-S908N, also appears to have 12GB of RAM, out of which 9.94 are usable (detected by the benchmark). As far as benchmark scores are concerned, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra performs on par with the Galaxy Tab S8+ spotted earlier today in single-core tests, but it tops a higher multi-core score of 3,434, up from 3,195.

These improved results may have been determined by the higher amount of RAM used by the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra model. It might not reflect a difference in CPU or GPU performance. And generally speaking, synthetic benchmarks don’t always reflect real usage scenarios, so take these results with a pinch of salt. If anything, this benchmark serves to confirm, once again, that the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is on its way.

There’s a lot more to the Galaxy Tab S8 series than what this benchmark reveals, and we recently talked about everything else we know — so far — about the upcoming Samsung tablet lineup. Make sure you check that link if you’re not up to date.

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