Asus Intel 7 inches tablet with quad-core Intel Moorefield processor appears in FCC
Few months back Intel introduced their 64 bit processor for Android mobile devices but now technology goes fast and we found the same processor in the tablet. The tablet is presented by Asus and powered with A7 chip. The tablet has K007 model number and the slates recently make the appearance in FCC database along with some useful configuration information.
The tablet uses Atom Z3560 chipset with the combination of 1.8 GHz processor. This is one of the best speedy combinations for running the 7 inches Android tablet. The tablet has IPS LCD screen having 1200 by 1920 pixels resolution. The tablet is featured with 5 mega pixel back camera and has a sufficient front facing camera for video chat. The pixels density of front facing camera is still not known. The tablet supports Wi-Fi connectivity with Bluetooth and GPS. There is no clear evidence found about memory but it is expected that company will provide 16 or 32 GB in built memory in the tablet. It is also expected that tablet is energized with powerful battery for keeping the tablet on.
Before this Asus introduced the series of tablets powered with Intel processor in June but the new tablet is giant according to the specifications. The release date of this tablet is still under the hood but after the FCC appearance it is assumed that tablet will hit the markets soon.