HP might be a name that one associates with computers, printers, and possibly even HP’s failed attempt with their TouchPad tablet running on webOS, but recently the company has begun to release products running on Android, such as the HP Slate 7, the SlateBook x2, and the Slate 21 AIO desktop PC, but it looks like that’s not all HP has up their sleeve. Thanks to a recently benchmark sighting, a certain HP device codenamed “Bodhi” was sighted and according to the benchmark, will be powered by a 1.8GHz processor, although its maker and number of cores were unknown, but some are speculating it could be the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 chipset.
It is also unknown if the HP Bodhi will be a tablet or a smartphone, and unfortunately its display resolution of 1600×1128 does not seem to be able to tell us either, although we’d have to say we’re leaning more towards a tablet device. The benchmark also reveals it is running on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, but apart from that not much else is known about the device, such as how it looks like or when it will be launched. In any case we’ll keep our eyes peeled, and if you have a soft spot for HP products, check back with us at a later date for the details.
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