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10.1-inch Samsung Tablet (SM-T520) To Feature A 2560×1600 Display, Exynos 5420 SoC?

by Vlad Andrici on January 3, 2014


It’s no secret by now that, in 2014, Samsung intends to focus greatly on tablets. If in 2013 the South Korean manufacturer’s goal was to sell 40 million tablets (goal which allegedly has been achieved), rumor has it that Samsung expects to sell over 100 million tablets this year. And to prove these rumors right, multiple pieces of evidence regarding multiple Samsung tablets have recently surfaced, showing that the manufacturer really means business.

One of the tablets that has recently surfaced is a 10.1 inch tablet which goes by the SM-T520 model number, but might end up being part of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 series. If until now we didn’t have any info regarding this tablet’s hardware specs, we’re glad to report that an Antutu report might just shed some more light on a few aspects. Join us after the break for more.

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According to the team behind the well-known Antutu benchmark, the Samsung SM-T520 will feature a 10.1 inch display with 2560×1600 resolution, 2GB of RAM, and will be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 5420 System on a Chip (which is rumored to be able to become a “true octa-core” with the help of an upcoming software update).


The test device whose details have been recorded in Antutu’s database was also featuring 32GB of internal storage, an 8MP main camera coupled with a 2MP front-facing shooter, and was running on Android 4.4.2.

Thanks to an FCC filing found a couple of weeks ago by the guys at PhoneArena, we also know that the tablet will measure 243mm in width and 172mm in length, so the tablet’s body can clearly accommodate a 10.1 inch screen. Who knows? Maybe the SM-T520 is one of those rumored AMOLED display packing tablets that Samsung is preparing for this year. Would you be interested in one?

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  • Krzysztof Bryk

    nothing like good old chinese benchmark eh ?

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