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HP Bodhi with Android 4.2, Tegra 4 and UXGA resolution shows
HP is certainly not now known to be the greatest player in the world of android. It’s more of a love-hate relationship between the two. The HP Slate Slate Book 7 and x2 were now not necessarily the equipment that would have helped HP to a better status and deadlines rather a niche.
But that is no reason you not to report on the latest rumors about a device called Bodhi from HP. And yes, I write conscious device, there is absolutely unclear what that is all. Smartphone? Tablet? All-in-one super duper Convertible PC? Everything is possible. But first we get to the facts. The device in question has appeared in GFXBench. The name Bodhi way, is a reference to Buddhism and gives the impression that HP had something big planned. Something meaningful.
The benchmark also a few technical data was then transmitted from the device, which you can see in the picture. Interestingly, the device is driven by a Tegra CPU 4, which is clocked at 1.8 GHz. And the device has a very unusual resolution: 1,600 x 1,128 pixels. Which is not really represented in smartphones. And for laptops either. More monitors in the size of 21 or 22 inches. Thus, the device seems well but then to be rather large and to go towards or tablet PC that comes with Android. But will probably be a dual boot.
Tags: android 4.2 | Bodhi | HP | Tegra 4
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