Toshiba AT10-A tablet could be one of the first to arrive with Nvidia Tegra 4

Toshiba AT10-A tablet could be one of the first to arrive with Nvidia Tegra 4
We’ve heard about Toshiba being among the first companies to adopt the new Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core chip, and now two models of allegedly a Toshiba tablet with the Tegra 4 have shown up.

Listings for the Toshiba AT15 and AT10-A-A REGZA have appeared on the WiFi Association and Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The REGZA is likely a tablet model only for Asia.

Linking this up with previous leaks, we’d see that those exact numbers have appeared on popular Android benchmarking app AnTuTu where the Toshiba AT10LE-A has scored a whopping 28 058. That is slightly higher than even the highest result we’ve seen so far. That scores came from what the Galaxy S4 with Exynos which scored 28 018 on AnTuTu.

Let’s not forget though that there is nothing official about the Toshiba tablets. Rumors suggest they will run on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean and have 10-inch displays. The devices should get officially unveiled at either IFA in the fall or Computex in June.

source: Mobile Geeks



1. faisolbauuz

Posts: 121; Member since: Jan 05, 2013

Isnt tegra 4 reference tablet scores around 36000 on antutu ? Thats kinda low

2. Smart

Posts: 76; Member since: Aug 20, 2011

My thoughts exactly..... Wonder why?

6. hung2900

Posts: 966; Member since: Mar 02, 2012

The reference tablet used the cutting egde eMMC in speed that boosts all the performance about 30%. Very hard to see that kind of eMMC NAND flash in commercial phones or tablets. For publicity stunt, as usual of NVIDIA. And we can see that 1.8Ghz Tegra 4 is equal to 1.6GHz Exynos Octa only. Most of reviewers doesn't know abt it, while the rest didn't clearly mention abt it.

7. AamirSIII

Posts: 187; Member since: Oct 04, 2012

thats actually not possible cause the eMMC NAND flash used for a particular chipset is usually not 30% differential in performance to the commercial units. the reason which i understand for such low score is the lack of software optimization from Toshiba side.

3. FlushGordon unregistered

It was an overclocked chip for publicity stunt purposes.... I seriously doubt they could achieve the same score using mass production tablets.

4. FlushGordon unregistered

Wow, almost the same as Exynos Octa... Nvidia is such an attention whore, all talk with so little to prove... they are the effing backmarkers in the mobile cpu universe, always has been, always will I'm waiting for them to back up their 36k Antutu score TEGRA 4 on third place

5. FlushGordon unregistered

I remember how they preached the Tegra 3 being the most awesome chip only to end up being clobbered by Qualcomm and Samsung Exynos I'm seeing the same story the time TEGRA 4 hits production, 2+++ ghz Exynos Octa and the Snapdragon 800 will be waiting in the wings to deliver the final nail on nVidia's coffin

10. hisaak

Posts: 19; Member since: Apr 12, 2013

So, are you cheering for Exynos while Samsung is not able to put it into its own flagship product??? Pathetic ...

11. JojoGo101

Posts: 211; Member since: Dec 17, 2012

Stop being a fanboy. Your criticism is utter childish rubbish. Are you a child? There's two versions of the SIV.Qualcomm( America LTE) and a Exynos (International LTE capable). The Octa chip takes longer to produce, so they put a different version for the US. Stop being a nasty arrogant child and grow up. Nobody cares about your metal iPhone. We have a life. You can keep nagging till you die. we move on.

12. linneti15

Posts: 49; Member since: Sep 26, 2012

70% of the S4's are qualcomm and mainly places like korea and russia and some other small markets get the exynos... almost everywhere in europe, in usa, canada, china etc get the qualcomm. Not just the USA. atleast that's at launch, don't know if it'll change towards the end of the year.

8. Vegaviet

Posts: 8; Member since: Apr 10, 2013​dung-chip-nvidia-tegra-4-core-quad.html

9. MCrapp

Posts: 318; Member since: Apr 07, 2013

Toshiba AT300 (huge back light bleed) No thank you!

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