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Samsung Roma Could Be Another High End Tablet
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Samsung Roma Could Be Another High End Tablet

The rumored Samsung Roma in its customary blurry look...

Samsung has certainly come a long way where their enviable array of tablets and smartphones for the masses are concerned, and it seems that yet another high-end model is in the pipeline, which will carry the codename “Roma”. Apparently, the Samsung Roma is tipped to be announced to the rest of the world in a couple of weeks’ time, at least this is what TechBlog.gr has reported. Leaked specifications do seem to point the Samsung Roma in the same direction as that of the 3G or 4G capable Nexus 10, but as with any rumor out there, the wisest thing to do would be to take this bit of news with a grain of salt and wait it out for an official announcement.

It is said that the upcoming Samsung Roma will have shed some weight, where it comes across as thinner and lighter compared to the Nexus 10, in addition to sporting a microSD memory card slot for expansion purposes. Of course, it is logical to expect Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice, although a dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 1.7GHz processor does seem to be out of place.

Other rumored hardware specifications of the Samsung Roma include a Mali-T604 GPU , 2GB RAM, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G/HSPA or 4G/LTE support, a 10.1” display at 2560 × 1600 resolution, a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus capability at the back and a 1.9-megapixel shooter up front, and 16GB of internal storage to get you started right out of the box. Just how much of the Samsung Roma do you think is real?

Source: SamMobile


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  • If enough "oomph" was put into Tablets on the same level as the Google Chrome book? I think we've only begin to see better products (Tablets). I am personally waiting for a 17" Google Chrome Notebook that can dock into a 2 terabyte external memory via wireless connection (freeing up that UPS port for something else)

    C J

  • ljhaye Apr 17, 2013 Link to comment

    yawn...Android ecosystem only sells phones. Until developers start making some of the quality apps i see on my girlfriend's iPad, none of these android tablets will matter. I think Chrome could become the catalyst for google to become truly competitive in the tablet space from a developer's perspective.