Recently Samsung products became machines generate buzz. Yesterday, for example, came the news that the Korean company stopped making the 10.1-inch version of Galaxy Tab 2 to change the dual core processor originally included by a quad-core .
The news was not confirmed by the Asian corporation, but the site who reported having initially said information obtained from a source belonging to the company. Details regarding the apparent change are still scarce, but it is speculated that the new chip would Exynos 4412 32 nm.The new tablet with 10.1-inch screen would not be the only one receiving hardware changes before reaching the stores, as rumors also point to the inclusion of a quad core processor in Galaxy Note 10.1. For now there is too much data about it, so that will take the news with tweezers. If the changes are certain to be seen what happens with the launch of Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) on the market internationally. The release of this gadget is scheduled for May 13th but there could be changes if production is delayed device. So far Samsung has not commented about the information disclosed, but seeing the fierce competition in the market would not be surprising if it risks a new strategy last minute. We look over any new. Track | Engadget | NetbookNews.