A Samsung SM-T505 was recently spotted on Geekbench 5. It has been confirmed to be the latest to exhibit the motherboard identifier Bengal on Geekbench 5. There are also speculations that the device may feature a Snapdragon 665 SoC successor, which is still in the works.
The SM-T505 will feature 3GB of RAM, suggesting that the device may be a budget Samsung Tablet on its launch. However, we are not sure if the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 will run on Android 10 out of the box, but the device will certainly join the Galaxy Tab A series as a real-life product, filling the role of the 7-inch variant produced the same year.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 device was scored slightly better than OPPO’s CPH2095 or Vivo’s TD2002 on the same benchmark. The latter mentioned devices with processors a little better than Qualcomm are currently said to be the most cost-effective smartphones with the same platform on their own debuts.