For a new tablet, Galaxy Tab, Samsung has chosen a single-chip system Qualcomm

Samsung increasingly uses its own system on a chip for smartphones middle and upper price segments. But for a tablet hidden behind the catalog number SM-T587P, the Korean giant chose the fresh Qualcomm SoC. Namely, the Snapdragon 625.

Judging by the room, talking about the new Galaxy Tab E. If you focus on the actual model, the performance gain should be quite noticeable. In addition, the tablet will get 2 GB of RAM, which is also good for a budget device.

To work novelty will be running Android OS 6.0.1. Thanks to the new SoC, the device is gaining in the test Geekbench 808 and 3180 points in single-threaded and multithreaded modes, respectively.



(Visited 14 times, 1 visits today)
No tags for this post.