HP’s Browser 10 x2, Slate 6 Voice Tab show up in benchmarks, run Android

HP’s entry into the Android segment with affordable and high-end offerings has been well received by many and the company plans to keep things going with new releases scheduled for the future. Based on recent benchmark listings, it looks like HP is testing 2 fresh devices, the Browser 10 x2 and the Slate 6 Voice Tab.

The Droid Guy came across both slates on GFXBench. Let’s take a look at the HP Bowser 10 x2. The tablet is named in a similar fashion as the Slatebook x2 and the Split x2, suggesting that the company will deploy it as a notebook alternative where the slate can be docked onto a keyboard. Also, like the current 10-inch Android device, this one will offer a quad core Nvidia Tegra 4 processor clocked at 1.8GHz and a full HD touchscreen.

Slatebook x2

Additionally, the listing also highlights that Android 4.3 will run the show. Now, while a smartphone from the company is nothing but mere speculation, the Slate 6 Voice Tab could be, as the name suggests, a 6-inch device with voice calling. The phablet will sport a MarvellPxa1088 processor which has quad Cortex A7 cores and a Vivante GC1000 GPU.

The SOC supports WCDMA and TD-SCDMA HSPA+ networks and an LTE model of the chipset is also available, keeping the possibility of 4G compatibility open as well. The CPU will be clocked a 1GHz and the Slate 6 Voice Tab will run on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The screen resolution here is slated as 720p HD.

That’s about all we know regarding the HP Browser 10 x2 and Slate 6 Voice Tab. We’ll update you with more details as and when they surface.

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