Nvidia’s flagship Tegra 4 SoC won’t be available on the market until June 2013 but Toshiba was already reported to be among the first manufacturers willing to adopt Tegra 4. Two Toshiba tablets have recently popped up on the WiFi Association and Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) website. The Toshiba AT15 and AT10LE-A REGZA appear to be using Tegra 4 variants, but the REGZA is likely a tablet model only for Asia. This suggest that Toshiba is indeed prepping their monster tablets which are now in their final stages of development.
Moreover the 1.8GHz Tegra 4-powered Android 4.2.1 AT10LE-A appeared on Antutu’s benchmark stats, the device managed to break the 28,000 point ceiling, achieving a slightly better score than the Exynos 5 Octa Galaxy S4. There are unfortunately no words on the full spec sheets or even the screen sizes but rumor says that those tablets will sport a 10-inch display.
Toshiba might unveil their new flagship tablets at Computex or at Berlin during IFA.