HP Slate 8 Pro appears in benchmark result

HP Slate 8 Pro appears in benchmark result

In 2013, HP announced a lot of Android powered devices, like the Slate 21 and the Slatebook x2, and now it seems they are planning to launch the successor of the HP Slate 7. Recently, the HP Slate 8 Pro made an appearance on GFXBench, previously codenamed as the HP Bodhi. Although, nothing is confirmed about the tablet right now, but it is said to feature a NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor.

-hp-8-pro-vs-z-ultraAs the name suggests, it will feature a 8-inch display with a 1600×1200 pixels of resolution with a pixel density of 256ppi. Also, it is rumored to feature Android 4.2, hopefully a 2 GB of RAM, microSD slot, and 5000+ mAh battery. Well, that’s a lot of good stuff in the package, and this table might be the hit from HP in the tablet market if they launch it with a balanced price tag.

Do you think HP Slate 8 Pro will be good enough to take on the new Nexus 7? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: DroidGuy

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1 Comment

  1. Waleesa1
    August 17, 00:38 Reply

    The name rhymes with Sero 7 Pro. Superior processor and more RAM though. I personnally think 720p is enough. Here’s hoping Hisense doesn’t rest on its laurels.

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