A Geekbench listing of a mysterious Samsung tablet codenamed CHOPIN-LTE made the rounds online. The slate houses a 64-bit Intel Atom x5-8500 chipset with 2.24 GHz quad-core CPU codenamed “Cherry Trail.” The silicon will utilize 14nm architecture.
The upcoming tablet features an Intel XMM 726x LTE modem alongside the Atom x5-Z8500 mobile chipset. It packs a whopping 4GB of RAM and boots Android 5.1 Lollipop.
Samsung introduced high-end Galaxy tablets with its own Exynos chipsets last year, though, this time around, the Korean giant appears to have other plans. We will keep an eye out for more details on the slate going forward.
along with 4gb ram supported much memory nd memory card super amoled screen and wifi+lte latest android. if the android marshmellow launches then please upgrade that with 13 mp camera or more front camerathan 8 mp .
Samsung Tab S + Tetra X1 will be nice
Never want that.