Samsung taps Intel to power the Galaxy Tab 3

David Tom

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Despite Samsung’ own chip-making prowess, the company has reportedly decided to use an Intel chip in their latest rendition of the Galaxy Tab. This outsourcing move means a lot to Intel, which has admittedly had difficulty breaking into the mobile...

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I wouldn't be at all surprised if Intel becomes ARM's main competitor. They're just too big & powerful to be counted out of the ultra portable race.


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If I'll be able to flash/dual boot Windows 7/8 or x86 Linux, Samsung is getting my money. This would be quite an upgrade for me from a Nexus 7.


If performance can be married with excellent low power consumption, they'll be gettin my money