The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) is touted to launch with a new Qualcomm "Bengal"-series processor
The Samsung SM-T505 has just become the latest on an extremely short list to exhibit the motherboard identifier bengal on Geekbench 5. There is evidence that it may refer to a Snapdragon 665 successor that Qualcomm has in the works.
This SM-T505 also has 3GB of RAM, suggesting that it may be a profoundly budget new Samsung tablet on its launch. However, it may also be one that will run Android 10 out of the box, at least. It is currently speculated that it will join the Galaxy Tab A series as a real-life product, and will fill the role of the 7-inch variant of the same in 2020.
As to its potential performance, it has gotten slightly better scores out of bengal compared to OPPO's CPH2095 or Vivo's TD2002 on the same benchmark. These other 2 devices, which have done a little better than Qualcomm's apparent reference device in turn, are currently thought to be cost-effective phones with the same platform on their own debuts.