The New Samsung Tablet is the First to Use a Computer Chip

By: Jen Chae - Published: Jun 5, 2013 • References: zdnet & indianexpress
The tablet industry will advance to the next level with the new Samsung tablet on the market; the Galaxy Tab 3 uses an Intel chip that makes it one step closer to a complexly processing computer. Intel has long been the predominant chip-maker for laptops and computers, however this is the first time stepping foot into the world of tablets.

The 10.1-inch Galaxy tablet will be powered by Intel's 1.6-GHz dual core processor. The use of a microprocessor will hinder the tablet's performance; more functions will be possible at better speed. The Galaxy 3 runs the latest version of the Google Android operating system and is 3G and 4G-compatible.

Samsung's collaboration with Intel is seen as an unsurprising move, as the on-going battle between the tablet and iPad continues to intensify. Stats for Computer Chip-Infused Tablets Trending: Older & Average
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