The tablets Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1 could be delayed to incorporate a quad-core processor , rather than the dual-core model with which they were formally introduced. It would be a good measure in part because current competition in the world of tablets is quite strong.
Techhum we have discussed the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet would be delayed until late April, the reason was to adjust version 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from Android is to be installed. This delay affected both the model with 10.1-inch screen as the model with 7 inch screen.
We also did echoed a similar report but with the Galaxy model Note 10.1, which would be delayed until the month of June to include a quad-core processor. Officially available with a dual-core processor, but the competition is quite strong with brands such as Acer, Asus or Apple’s new iPad, which is why Samsung could delay both tablets to incorporate these quad-core processors.
If these delays are finally confirmed, since it is not yet official, the four processor cores mounted could be Exynos 4412 manufactured by Samsung itself and also will give life to the Galaxy S3 smartphone. For now we have to take this as unofficial information, we hope that we can confirm this in a few days and would be good for both tablets to come directly to four cores.