Friday , September 21 2018 Ausdroid » News » New Tegra Tab 7 details surface, suggest 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 CPU

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New details have surfaced for Nvidia‘s rumoured Tegra Tab 7, suggesting that the 7-inch tablet will be powered by a quad-core 1.8GHz Tegra 4 processor.

According to recently uncovered AnTuTu benchmarks, the device is currently being tested in China under the name of TegraTab7-Premium, currently running Android 4.2.2. The device also reportedly runs rings around the Nexus 7 (2013).

Previous rumours suggested that the device would feature a 5 MP rear camera with Micro USB & Micro HDMI ports and stylus support, with a 7-inch 1280 × 736 display. That last point might explain some of the benchmark differences, as the Tegra Tab 7 simply has to render less pixels on its display.

Android Guys posits that the device could be announced soon, which makes sense with the Tegra 4 starting to enter the market in the coming weeks.

Are you interested in the Tegra Tab 7, or would you prefer the 2013 Nexus 7? Let us know in the comments!

Source: TechKiddy.
Via: Android Guys.

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1″ to small for me

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After hearing about this, I have put my plans to update to Nexus 2013 on hold. I believe for this tablet to be successful, it will have to be cheaper than the N2013 as the N2013 will sell due to the name itself. But I am interested.

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