If you’ve been wondering who would be joining Asus, Dell, and Microsoft itself in building ARM-based Windows RT tablets, add another name to the mix: Samsung. The company plans on introducing an ARM-based tablet when Windows RT is officially released, according to Bloomberg. Apparently, Samsung’s tablet will be using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip as the processor. That’s interesting given that Samsung makes its own Exynos ARM chips, but then again Qualcomm revealed at Computex that its chips were already ramped up and in production for Windows RT devices.
Samsung’s rumored Windows RT tablet will have probably have stiff competition from Microsoft’s own Surface tablet, but at least it won’t have to compete with the likes of HP or HTC. The…
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