If you’re on the lookout for a Samsung Windows 10 device, it’d be hard for you pick one as the choices are limited; the Korean manufacturer’s Windows 10 efforts aren’t praiseworthy at all. However, it releases a couple or sometimes more devices to a few markets every year. And it looks like the time has come for Samsung to release yet another Windows 10-powered device.
Named Samsung Galaxy Space, the unannounced Windows 10 device has been spotted on Geekbench( via WindowsLatest).
Samsung Galaxy Space that has been spotted on Geekbench offers up to 8GB of RAM; the processor inside it has eight cores, with a clock speed of 2.84 GHz. And as you can see in the above image, the single-core performance of it is 2011, while Multi-Core Score stands at 6047. And that’s pretty much all that we know about the Galaxy Space device.
From the looks of things, it’s pretty much safe to say that Galaxy Space is a new portfolio device portfolio from Samsung, and if the product sees a success, Samsung will definitely offer a refreshed model every year.
That said, the form factor of Galaxy Space is still a mystery. We’ll have to wait until the launch event to find more details about the Galaxy Space. Meanwhile, Samsung will prepare the Galaxy Space, with the target of launching it before back to school shopping starts.