When it comes to unreleased devices, there will always be those who are ready and waiting in the wings to pounce on a particular rumor, even more so when said device is of high interest. Well, the HP Slate 12 Pro might not turn too many heads, but that does not mean it has no place in the overall tablet hierarchy at the moment. In fact, the HP Slate 12 Pro has already showed up on the GFXBench online benchmarking website, and it does look as though it is on its way ot being a 12.5” tablet that runs on Android as the mobile operating system of choice.
Word has it that the HP Slate 12 Pro will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, has a 1,600 x 1,200 pixel display alongside a 4:3 aspect ratio, 2GB RAM, and 16GB of internal memory, accompanied by a 2MP camera in front alongside an 8MP shooter at the back.
Do bear in mind that not every single device that makes an appearance over at the GFXBench website will actually be released to the market, which is pretty much similar to how an FCC-approved device need not roll out to the masses in due time. The HP Slate 12 Pro is apparently being tested as an internal prototype, although we would advise the masses to take this particular leak with a pinch of salt.