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Unannounced Samsung “CHOPIN” Tablet?

First Samsung comes out with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, which may have costed them the smartphone market. Then they come out with cheap virtual reality headsets, something to add to their phones. And now they have a new tablet (dubbed the CHOPIN-LTE) coming out?

The specs of this tablet include it running on the Intel Atom x5-Z8500, which has about 2.24GHz. It’s considered one of Intel’s new quad-core chips that was based off the Cherry Trail chip. At the same time, Samsung’s unannounced tablet may possess 4 gigabytes of RAM.

Website Phones Review reported that the CHOPIN may mean something else. They wrote, “The CHOPIN moniker hasn’t turned up until now, so the unannounced Samsung tablet could be something new or a member of an existing product line. Several tablets have hit the rumor mill over the past few months, but this is the most powerful configuration we’ve seen from Samsung so far.”

However, it may not be a new tablet. So several tech reviewers graded the phone on a single and multi-core test. The single score was 1005 while the multi-core score was 3426. Website WCCF Tech explained these scores. They said, “According to the scores, the product delivers performance equivalent to Galaxy Note 4. In other words, what that means is that the product featuring the codename CHOPIN-LTE just might be Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Unfortunately, confirmation of these details can only be given when Samsung showers it in the spotlight and makes the official announcement.”

Is it a wise move on Samsung’s part to come out with a new tablet? Their recent products have not been successful, so what makes this tablet special? Rumor has it’ll be powerful, but even a price is yet to be seen. If more of this comes out, Samsung should be releasing details concerning it. What are your thoughts on this?

About Morgan Ben

Smartphones, tablets, laptops, drones, smartwatches my goal is to review them all.

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