ASUS MeMO 370T Re-branded as the Nexus Tablet?
During the event, the device was showcased with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor alongside 1GB of RAM. It also sported dual cameras at its front and rear, the latter with 8 MP. It also supported full access to the Android Market as well as Google support.
Dubbed as the smaller version of the famous Prime, it had a plastic casing with a radial design, as opposed to the Prime’s brushed aluminum. The device was expected to be launched during the second quarter of the year at a selling price of $249.
Two months later, however, supply chain sources claim that the ASUS MeMO 370T will no longer be launched with those impressive specifications, which could effectively have competed with the likes of the pricey Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Nonetheless, all hope is not lost because the device might just be rebranded as the Nexus Tablet. The bad news is that the Nexus will not be having the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and might have a cheaper casing as well.
The device will likely be previewed at CTIA this coming May.