Benchmarks for an unannounced Pantech P4100 have arrived online, tipping us to a new AT&T tablet. A few specifications were found among the early information including a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor with an Adreno 220 GPU, a display with 1024x720p resolution, and Android 3.2 under the hood. Obviously there’s a lot we don’t know yet, but we’re intrigued to see Pantech becoming a bigger player in the Android space.
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