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RumorTT: Samsung stops production of GALAXY Tab 2 10.1, will upgrade it to a quad-core processor

RumorTT: Samsung have stopped production on GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 so that they can upgrade it to a quad-

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 18, 2012 4:20 am

According to NetbookNews' Korean Samsung insider, Samsung have stopped the production of the GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 so that they can upgrade it to a quad-core processor. Previous specs pointed toward the next-gen GALAXY tablet to sport a dual-core processor, but it seems Samsung have come to their senses.

 

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Samsung's internal codename for the GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 is "Espresso", and this quad-core processor will sure give it the... shot.. it needs to compete with other tablets. No specifics were given on the new upgraded quad-core processor, but it will most likely be one of Samsung's Exynos chips.

 

Samsung are also updating the GALAXY Note 10.1 to a quad-core, and we should hopefully see more of this rolling through Samsung's smart devices. Remember, their "next GALAXY" is unveiled in just over a fortnights time, and I'm pegging my bets on that sporting a quad-core processor too.

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