Samsung CHOPIN tablet Samsung Android 4GB RAM

A tablet Samsung unknown, codenamed CHOPIN-LTE, has been spotted in the database of Geekbench, which lists the devices that have passed through his benchmark tests. A total of 4 tests were recorded within just 24 hours, starting from May 6, giving Geekbench sufficient data on the device to make us draw some conclusions.

The most important thing at this point is that the mysterious tablet will be positioned as a mid-range product / high, considering its rather impressive hardware specifications.

So far, we only know that the CHOPIN-LTE is based on the Android platform 5.1 Lollipop and is powered by a large amount of RAM, the accuracy of 4 gigabytes of RAM, and the power comes from the chip Intel Atom Z8500-x5. It is a new chip, built on the platform 14nm Cherry Trail, with four cores clocked at 2.24GHz and a graphics card Intel’s 8th generation. You should not miss the support for LTE networks.

The score is 1005 points in single-core test and 3425 points in multi-core test, suggesting similar benefits to those of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Of course, given the list of specifications still thin at the moment, a time will come on market (if you will) the device could offer even better performance.

E ‘unlikely to be the next Galaxy Tab S2, although it is said to be powered by a 64-bit processor is not specified. Samsung introduced Galaxy tablet high end with its Exynos chipset last year, and saw that the South Korean manufacturer plans to increase production of its chips ‘homemade’ we doubt that the Korean giant may already have other plans. And ‘more likely to be a new tablet Galaxy Tab line A, although at this point we have very little information to draw conclusions

May 23, 2015


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