Samsung May Delay Galaxy Tab 2 to Add Quad-Core Chip

Instead of a dual-core processor, the tablet will be shipping with a quad-core SoC. If true, then it is likely that we will be seeing Samsung's own Exynos 4412, based on ARM Cortex-A9 architecture, in the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. There was no information whether Samsung will be able to keep the May 13 launch date.

German website Netbook News also reported that the Galaxy Note 10.1 will also be getting a quad-core processor.

Samsung declined to comment on the Netbook News report.

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  • silverblue
    Strange. I thought the current Galaxy Tab line was the second generation Tab?
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  • joytech22
    This would be worth a delay in my opinion.
    Would be nice to have more competing products in the quad-core zone, even if absolutely nothing currently takes advantage of it in mobile devices at this time.

    Futureproofing done well.
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  • Hypertraxx
    Nice, agree with silverbleu :).

    Ps whats going on with tomshardware lately..
    So many background crap..
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