Fujitsu m532 Tegra 3 Tablet Will Arrive in May Running Android 4.0
Though Fujitsu isn’t one of the biggest name in mobile devices, the Japanese company still has its hopes to change the near future with its new tablet, called the Stylistic m532 that’s built on Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core SoC.
While Acer’s Iconia Tab A700 and the Asus Transformer TF700 possess high-res display, the m532 is built around a 10.1-inch screen that’s capable of pushing almost 1280×800 pixels.
Inside of this machine is Nvidia’s Tegra 3 SoC, along with 16GB of Flash storage, which should suit the needs for many users. If this, however, isn’t enough, storage can be expanded by installing a microSD card.
The slot required by this sort of cards is placed on the side of the tablet, right near a SIM card slot, a mini-HDMI output and a micro-USB port, the latter being used for charging and/or connecting the tablet to a computer. The m532 also includes one front webcam sporting a 3MP resolution and a rear 8MP snapper with flash.
Fujitsu’s tablet should be available in May this year for only $630. The demo unit was running Android 3.2 Honeycomb, but the final version will arrive with Android 4.0 ICS.