Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 runs on four Snapdragon 400-soc




From data of a benchmark would appear that the forthcoming 8 “version of the Galaxy Tab 4 a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400-soc on board. This is the first time that Samsung has a budget version of a Qualcomm soc used in a tablet.

The tablet on which the benchmark is rotated, the 4G version of the Galaxy Tab 8.0 4, shows off the model number SM-T335. The step is, because the Samsung 4G version of its current Galaxy Tab 10.1 3 Intel soc applied in conjunction with a baseband chip from Intel also for 4G connectivity.

Soc in Table 4 is MSM8226 8.0, a Snapdragon 400 with four Cortex A7 cores at 1.2 GHz. Manufacturers find these soc interesting because it gives them the opportunity to advertise with a quad-core Snapdragon, while the Snapdragon SOC with Qualcomm Krait cores own more expensive to buy. The GPU is an Adreno 305.

The resolution of the tablet according to the benchmark 1280×800 pixels, bringing the number of pixels per inch at 188 would come true. Samsung has been using since the beginning of the Galaxy Tab line in 2010 resolutions around hd-ready. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab line, the cheaper line tablets, for example under the TabPRO and NotePro tablets.

Samsung presents the Tab 4-line according to a recent rumor at the Mobile World Congress, a telecom fair that over half week begins in the Spanish city of Barcelona.

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