When it comes to Android-powered tablets, the manufacturers behind this particular hardware genre are dime a dozen, and it can be pretty difficult picking an outstanding out of the crowd. Kobo is a name that some consumers might be familiar with, as they do have had their fair share of new tablets which run on the Android operating system released over the years. The thing is, Kobo has never been looked at as a first tier tablet, more often than not being overlooked by the likes of Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Perhaps things might change with whispers of a new Kobo tablet that will feature a higher resolution display as well as speedier processor.
What you see above is just meant for illustrative purposes only and not the rumored new tablet, as whispers are going around of a new Kobo Arc 10 HD that did appear over at the GLBenchmarks website recently. While the benchmark results and product details have been removed since then, some screenshots were captured beforehand, revealing the very real possibility of a 10-inch display at 2560 x 1600 resolution, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and a quad-core 1.8GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 processor. This is a tablet that packs quite a punch, don’t you think so? Of course, nothing has been confirmed yet, and it could very well end up as just a prototype that might not make it to the market eventually.
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