Samsung Tablet 10.1 with Quad Core Processors
Samsung tablet 10.1 from Galaxy series rumoured might be bringing out at their Unpacked event at May 3. Based on “sources acquainted with the subject”, Samsung is studying its dual-core Samsung 10.1 tablet. That is said will be fine-tuned to admit quad-core processor before it comes.
Since to what this Samsung 10.1 tablet could be and what it is called stays to be determined, even so this could believably lead to mix-up among buyers. Once it is whole told and set, we are wishing for a affordable option to lesser best-known brands.
Well, another report, Samsung has stopped the production of Samsung tablet 10.1 of its Galaxy Tab 2′ temporarily because a possible alteration of processor on this tablet from dual-core to quad-core.
There is as well a rumor drifting about that Samsung perhaps applying their own brand-new Exynos CPU to substitute the planned Nvidia Tegra processor.
As yet the Galaxy Tab flagship has swore at Tegra 2 dual-core processors from NVIDIA and the Texas Instruments OMAP4 dual-core CPUs too. This move to its own Exynos brand is a mark that the Samsung sects are merging not only to the smaller devices in the Galaxy S flagship, but slightly harder needed to work for tablet too. Quadcore Cortex-A9 chip and Cortex ARM-A15 2GHz processors rumours have been flung around too.
As well rumoured to be on the Samsung’s agenda for May 3rd is its service of file storage cloud. A lot like Apple has on its iCloud service, Samsung could provide users to back up their files with a minimum of storage of 5 GB. It is ill-defined since to whether extra, bigger alternatives could be disposable on a premium even so we would surely hope so. As nothing has been delineated in an official capacitance, it is hinted that service from Samsung wouldn’t bound the types of backed up files, affording the door to more than only videos and photos.
We’ll know everything about the service as well the Samsung tablet 10.1 on May 3, if the rumoured date is true.