Samsung may be planning to launch a new Windows 10 device. That’s because a mysterious “Galaxy Space” has just surfaced on the test page of the popular Geekbench platform.
According to available data, this handset has up to 8 GB of RAM and is powered by an eight-core processor that delivers speeds of up to 2.84 GHz. Therefore, rumors indicate that this chipset may even be a Snapdragon 855.
However, Geekbench has not yet listed the name of the processor. See below that the device scored 2011 points in multi-core and 6047 in the single-core test.
For now, Samsung has not officially commented on the new Galaxy Space. Even so, it seems that the device may be ready to launch at any time.
Anyway, it is somewhat difficult to know if this device will be a notebook, 2 in 1 tablet or even some mixed reality device. So we can only wait to know what the South Korean giant’s next step will be in the Windows device market.
Remember that the company has not yet presented the successor of Galaxy Book 2, which has Snapdragon 850. Thus, Galaxy Space can also be considered as a likely Galaxy Book 3.