No surprise. Sammy has a long history of doing one of everything for each market sector and letting the market sort out what it likes.
Intel has been making a big push for Atom based tablets on Windows and Android. Not surprised Samsung joins Lenovo, Acer, Huawei and others making these systems.
This gives a great oppertunity to compare intel perfroance with ARM big.little, and qualcom and apple.
Looking forward to have this comparison by someone on real systems.
This way we know the performance and power.
The source has it that it is just 10" galaxy tab 3, the others are still primarily exynos. It's still a sideline more or less, though an important opportunity for Intel. Samsung's strength is still complete vertical integration, no doubt about it.
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