When you think of Android tablets, you might think of brands such as Samsung who is probably one of the more prominent Android tablet manufacturers around. However you might recall that despite their failure with the HP TouchPad, HP has not given up on the tablet market and has launched several Android tablets in the past.
That being said it looks like HP is not done with Android tablets just yet, thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC and Bluetooth SIG where a certain HP 10 G2 tablet has been revealed. Based on the available information, it has been revealed that this is an Android tablet versus a Windows tablet which is what HP sells as well.
It has also been revealed that under the hood of the HP 10 G2, there will be a MediaTek MT8127A processor clocked at 1.5GHz, making it faster than its predecessor which was clocked at 1GHz. No word on how much RAM it will come with or how much storage, but the usual connectivity suspects are there such as Bluetooth and WiFi.
There also appears to be rear and front-facing cameras along with a microSD card slot, but other than that we’re not too sure if there will be additional features that HP might have included in the device. Either way we’ll keep our eyes peeled for it.