New 10-inch HP tablet tipped by FCC and Bluetooth SIG

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Several images have turned up online that show a new HP branded tablet as it makes way through the FCC and Bluetooth Sig for the approvals needed to come to market. The tablet is called the HP 10 G2 and the name of the device tips a screen size of 10-inches.

The tablet is thought to run Android as an operating system because the HP naming scheme for Windows tablets is different.

What we know from the images is that the HP 10 G2 will use a MediaTek MT8127A processor with quad cores and Mali-450 graphics. That chip is an entry to mid-range part for MediaTek, suggesting that this will be a lower priced tablet.

The tablet will also have 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 under the hood.

We can see that the tablet has front and rear cameras, but the specs on those are unknown. Internal storage is unknown as well.

We do see a memory card slot for storage expansion. A headphone port is located on the top edge of the tablet and a microUSB port for charging on the bottom. It’s unclear when this tablet might hit the market, but if it’s at the FCC for approvals it will likely be unveiled soon.

(slashgear.com)

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