Samsung Galaxy 10.1-Inch Tab 2 to Launch with Quad-Core CPU?
The hotly-anticipated Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch model was originally revealed to have dual-core processor at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year. But guess what? It appears the original plan for its CPU might somehow changed.
According to the latest report, Samsung has temporarily stopped production of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch model due to a possible change of its processor from dual-core to quad-core.
There's also a rumor floating around that Samsung may be using its own new Exynos processor to replace the originally planned Nvidia Tegra processor.
Meanwhile, another Samsung tablet with a codename "Espresso" may also be revealed at the same time in conjunction with the release of Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch model. However, it's not clear at this time if "Espresso" is also the same tablet as the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.
Presales of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 were originally scheduled for May 4, 2012 and it was supposed to be up for sale on May 13, 2012 for $399.00, but it is not clear at this time if these dates will be pushed back also to allow Samsung to make some internal changes to the device.
Whether these rumors and buzzes may or may not come true, one thing is for sure, and that is, Samsung fans and all of their patrons are now all getting anxious to get a hold of the latest version of the Galaxy Tab.