Samsung Galaxy Tab S comes with Super AMOLED panels which is supposed to give high quality of resolution. Many reviews praised this but there are some who thought that the processor can be a little bit faster. Samsung aware of this shortcoming as the company manufactures Galaxy Tab S version with a newer processor. This device is recently spotted in GFXBench database.
All the series in Galaxy Tab S comes with Exynos 5420 chipset. It is capable of providing a decent CPU performance. However, it seems like the chipset is not powerful enough to operate the WQXGA resolution of the Super AMOLED panels that Tab S series used.
From the GFXBench Databases, Galaxy Tab S seems to have using Exynos 5433. It is the same chip that powers Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Exynos 5433 comes with octa-core CPU that consists of 1.3GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 processor and a 1.9GHz quad-core Cortex-A57 processor.
The detailed benchmark results has not been released yet, however, a battery life rundown test performed on Galaxy Note 4 shows that the Exynos 5433 is power efficient as it can power Note 4 running on 1440×2560 pixels of resolution. Therefore, since it can power the previously mentioned display resolution, it should be a no problem to power display resolution of 1600×2560 pixels.
The updated Galaxy Tab S variant will launch between mid-October and early November in South Korea. Although there is no news until now, we do hope that the updated tablet will be sold internationally.