The Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (with an 8.4-in. display) runs a Snapdragon 800 2.3 GHz quad-core processor, which makes it "built to handle high-powered games and video," Samsung said.
With the range of Android tablets Samsung has already shipped to market and the latest round of new tablets, it is no wonder that Samsung is the largest Android tablet maker. IDC said Samsung shipped 14.5 million tablets in the fourth quarter of 2013, grabbing an 18.8% market share, second only to Apple's 33.8% share in shipping 26 million iPads running iOS.
The next biggest tablet maker is Amazon.com, shipping 5.8 million Android core tablets for its Kindle Fire line and making up 7.6% of the market. After Amazon, Asus shipped 3.9 million Android or Windows 8 tablets for 5.1% of the market, while Lenovo shipped 3.4 million tablets running Android or Windows 8 for 4.4% of the market.
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