HP appears to be testing a new Android device that may be code-named the HP Bodhi. It’s not clear if it’s a tablet, phone, Android-powered display, or something else. But benchmark results showed up this week a GFXBench, suggesting it’s a device with a high-resolution display, a fast processor, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software.

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Those results and specs seem to have been removed from the site. But the folks at Notebook Italia and The Droid Guy have posted screenshots.

They paint a picture of a device with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 quad-core processor (probably), and a 1600 x 1200 pixel display.

Update: It appears that the HP Bodhi will be a tablet called the HP Slate 8 Pro.

The unusual display resolution could be a sign that this is some sort of smart monitor or all-in-one PC rather than a phone or tablet. But stranger things have happened — HP might think it’s a good idea to follow up its low-end HP Slate 7 and convertible notebook-style HP Slatebook X2 with an oddly-shaped tablet with a high-resolution display.

But it’s probably some sort of monitor or all-in-one desktop like the upcoming HP Slate 21 (which, incidentally, has a 1920 x 1080 pixel display).

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2 replies on “HP “Bodhi” benchmarks hint at an Android device with a 1600 x 1200 pixel displays”

  1. I eagerly await the unveiling and reviews of HP’s bold new rebrand.

  2. About “oddly-shaped tablet”, well 1600×1200 is a 4:3 aspect ratio, i.e. the same aspect ratio as an iPad. So I think “oddly-shaped” is not really a good choice of words here.

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