We talked several times about how Intel’s presence in the mobile industry at the moment is just a side dish, and the Santa Clara company has never really tried to break into the consumer market, preferring to ally with producers mostly Orientals or with models not intended for the global market. A combination would be a first and Samsung + Intel strong signal in this direction, and according to reports GLBenchmark, this could come in the form of the next Galaxy Tab 10.1 3.
If in fact the model 7 inch is now official and one 8 inch is known, is the tablet with 10.1-inch reserve the greater surprise, with a passage to the x 86 architecture instead of the ARM.According to the well-known benchmark both the Galaxy Tab Wi-Fi only 10.1 3 (GT-P5200) that the model 3 g (GT-P5210) would be endowed with a processor Intel Atom 1.6 GHz dual-core Z2560 with GPU PowerVR SGX 544 MP2 at 400 MHz. Far more modest instead the display which is a Canon 10.1 inch WXGA (1280 × 800) .
A previous score on AnTuTu placed this tablet in the order of the 24,616 points: a very high value, superior even to the Snapdragon 600, but nobody can guarantee neither that this score is accurate, nor that it comes from the CPU from Intel.
There is some confusion about this model, and it is likely that Samsung itself is investigating in several directions, with as many prototypes, but still we can not know which of these will take off up to our shelves.