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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - new tablet with four cores?

                      One of the more interesting devices presented at this year's Mobile World Congress 2012 was a big brother Samsung Galaxy Note - a full tablet with 10.1 inch screen is supported by S-Pen stylus. When you are in sales?
                        During the presentation of the new tablet was equipped Exynos dual-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. During the fair MWC Samsung gave information that the market debut should take place early in the second quarter. Latest news, however, say a few weeks delay.

                      The reason for this change is the desire to replace the dual-core quad-core unit. The new version of the tablet will be equipped with Exynosa 4412 clocked at 1.5 Ghz, which most likely will also be on board the third generation of Samsung Galaxy S.

                          It is said that the change is caused by a presentation of the "new iPad" A5X chipset equipped with a beating on the head in terms of performance quad-core Tegra 3 prepared by Nvidia. Samsung hopes to update the specification of the new model will put the company in a better position in the market - not just creating competition for other androidowych tablets, but also allows you to compete with Apple's device.

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