The new Asus tablet will get a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels and SoC MediaTek MT8173

The company Asus, according to the source, is preparing a new tablet computer. The novelty was spotted in the database GFXBench, where the source and learned the technical information.

Unnamed (yet) the tablet is built on a single-chip platform MediaTek MT8173, a configuration that includes two core ARM Cortex-A72 and two ARM Cortex-A53 and GPU PowerVR Rogue GX6250. As the OS acts Android 7.0, the volume of RAM and internal flash memory is 4 GB and 64 respectively. The display is 9.7 inches, resolution — 2048 x 1536 pixels.

In the configuration tablet also includes camera resolution 5 and 8 MP, adapters Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a GPS module, the standard for such decisions, the set of sensors.

This model, if you look closely, is very similar to the model ZenPad 3S 10 (Z500M). The difference is in the version of the operating system (in a previously released model uses Android 6.0) and hardware platform (Quad-core six-core MT8176 is MT8173). It may well be that Asus is preparing a slightly simplified version ZenPad 3S 10 for release on some specific markets.

Sources: Digitaltrends, GFXBench



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