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Tuesday, 26 November 2013 09:24

Tegra 4 tips up in Barnes & Noble tablet

Written by Fudzilla staff



Coming soon

Although it seemed as if Barnes & Noble was ready to throw in the towel and ditch the tablet market, a leaked benchmark suggests it is still working on at least one product.

The Barnes & Noble BNTV800 showed up in GFX Bench and it appears to feature a 1620x1020 screen and a Tegra 4 processor. We are still not sure about the size, but given the resolution and designation it appears to be an 8-incher.

The device was running Android 4.2.2 when it was benched, although it is unclear whether it will launch with 4.2.2 or a newer version of Android.

You can check out the details at GFX Bench.

 

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