GeekBench reveals a Samsung tablet with 4 GB of RAM and a 14nm Intel processor

The GeekBench benchmark database has revealed a mystery Samsung-made tablet (Galaxy Tab S shown below) code named CHOPIN-LTE.


According to the test results, the mystery tablet will enter the high-end market, with impressive specs under the hood. It will run Android 5.1 (Lollipop) out of the box and sport a whopping 4 GB of RAM. As for the processor, the CHOPIN-LTE sports the Intel Atom X5-Z8500, which is a processor designed for tablets. The new CPU is made under the 14 nm Cherry Trail platform. It comes with four cores clocked at 2.24 GHz, which comes with Intel’s 8th generation GPU.

It scored 1,005 points in the single-core test and 3,425 points in the multi-core test. This is similar to the performance of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. However, since its screen resolution is yet to be determined, there is a possibility that the tablet performs even better, but the high resolution is keeping performance down.


The question is, what is the CHOPIN-LTE? The tablet could be Galaxy Tab S2, successor of the Galaxy Tab S. The Tab S2 is said to sport a mystery 64-bit CPU.

Want to know more about the CHOPIN-LTE? Keep it here at Phones LTD for further updates.

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