Samsung's Forthcoming High-end Tablet With 4GB RAM Spotted On Geekbench

    For months, rumours have been rampant that Samsung will launch a slew of premium tablets to solidify its position in the high-end tablet market.

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    Samsung Forthcoming High-end Tablet With 4GB RAM Spotted On Geekbench

    However, it seems that consumers would soon get to see a top-end Samsung-made tablet earlier than expected as a mysterious tablet codenamed CHOPIN-LTE has been leaked ahead of its anticipated release.

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    A Geekbench listing of a purported Samsung tablet has sparked rumours of an Apple iPad Air 3 competitor in the making. Based on the listing, CHOPIN-LTE would be powered by the 64-bit Intel Atom X5-Z8500 chipset.

    This chipset built on the 14nm architecture Cherry Trail platform will sport four cores and will sport an 8th generation Intel graphics on board. Not just that, the tablet would be accompanied by 4GB of RAM and boosts Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box.

    Samsung Forthcoming High-end Tablet With 4GB RAM Spotted On Geekbench

    Unfortunately, other highlighted specifications, for instance, its screen size and design and are not yet available, but it could better than the existing Galaxy Tab S tablet.

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    The question is, could Samsung sell a high-end tablet when the market for such premium slates are at an all-time low?

    Source - Phone Arena


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