Well, here is something new, Samsung will be adapting a Intel Corp processor to power one of their new android tablets. Intel has been clear about it's intentions in establishing a firm foot-hold in the mobile market. The new tablet could be the launching pad they are looking for.
Venture beat reports that Samsung will be using Intel's Clover Trail+ mobile chipset to power one of their upcoming Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablets. The tablet which is believed to have the product No. GT-P5200 was spotted on GFXBench. According to the test site the tablet will come with 1280 X 800 pixel display and a 1.6GHz Intel Clover Trail+ processor. The report adds that the tablets might come in variable versions. One of them could run on Samsung's very own processor Exynos processor. There is also news that Nvidia's Tegra chip is in the race as well.
Samsung is holding a media event on June 20 in London. The company will be unavailing it's new Galaxy android devices and also it's ATIV product range which include devices running on Windows Phone and also laptops, tablets, and hybrids running on Windows 8 and Windows RT. The invitation for this event doesn't say much about what exactly are the devices that are going to be unveiled. The event to livestreamed on YouTube. There are quite a few speculations that the new Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablet running on the intel chipset will be unveiled at this event. Anyways both intel and Samsung have declined to comment on it.