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Samsung ‘CHOPIN’ tablet with Intel processor and 4GB RAM spotted on Geekbench

We have already reported that Samsung is building several new tablets which it intends to release in 2015 and one of those tablets just might have been spotted on Geekbench. An unannounced Samsung tablet bearing codename “CHOPIN-LTE” has been spotted in the database of devices of the benchmarking website. The results show that it has an Intel processor hooked up with 4GB RAM.

Details are slim at this point in time but the results show that it has an Intel Atom x5-Z8500 processor that’s manufactured on the company’s 14nm Cherry Trail platform, with four cores clocked at 2.24GHz as well as 8th-generation Intel graphics. Geekbench awards it a single-core score of 1005 and a multi-core score of 3426. No information about the display, battery, cameras and other features is available right now, only that the tablet will come with Android 5.1 Lollipop installed. If these specifications are anything to go by it seems that this might be a high-end tablet that’s currently in the pipeline at Samsung, or it could merely be a prototype that the company is testing which never sees the light of day. It’s too soon to say for sure.

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keremk
keremk

This is actually a prototype to converge towards Microsoft Windows 10. Androids OS line will could soon be obsolete with Windows 10 entering the market. Unfortunately our expectations with Android OS’s line of development haven’t been really what users have expected with always drawbacks let it be performance let it be updates and more over letting users have control over the system. Androids memory management system is actually one of the greater reasons why huge mobile manufacturers may turn towards Microsoft’s new OS. Microsoft has already work in progress with one of China’s huge mobile manufacturer piloting it’s OS on… Read more »

Tondern
Tondern

Seems slightly stronger than the Z3580, but still weaker than the latest kraits from Qualcomm. Intel is playing a losing hand of catch-up.

jjcommonsense
jjcommonsense

Could this be the note 2015????

SamMobile1811
SamMobile1811

Interesting !1