Don’t you just hate it when a particular device pops up over at the FCC, but fails to reveal more details that you would definitely love to see? That is the case with the Archos AT0S2 tablet, where it has taken pit stop over at the FCC, albeit gagged with a confidentiality agreement that is in place until August 19th. To put it in a nutshell, you will be unable to find any more specific hardware details on the Archos AT0S2, although it would be highly likely that Archos will continue to stick with Google’s Android operating system with their latest model.
Hopefully, whatever version of Android that the Archos AT0S2 tablet launches with will be the latest – which at right now, would be the Android 3.0 Honeycomb version which has been specially developed so that it caters to tablet devices.
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