HP Slate 7 Plus with 7 Inch HD Display and Tegra 3 Processor Leaked


American computing giant HP is yet to make a mark in the ever growing tablet market. This time HP, is trying hard to become the most talked tablet maker with its forthcoming Slate 7 Plus. The market gave universal thumbs down to the original Slate 7, but this time around HP seems more confident than ever.

The successor to HP Slate 7 will hit the street soon. Yes, you heard it right. According to FrAndroid, HP is planning to release an improved version of low-end 7-inch Android tablet. The HP Slate 7 Plus is said to hit European markets first.

The 7-inch tablet will have a 7-inch display having resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The original Slate 7 had a dual-core processor, whereas the upcoming Slate 7 would have a quad-core processor powered by Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset. Moreover, the device will have 8GB of ROM with an expandable storage and 1GB of RAM.

HP Slate 7 Plus with 7 Inch HD Display and Tegra 3 Processor Leaked


It will also have a better equipped 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a front-facing camera. Other connectivity options include: HDMI, Wi-Fi, Miracast, Bluetooth, A-GPS, amongst others. The device will measure 10.7mm in terms of thickness and weighs 342grams. Going the above mentioned specifications, it appears that HP Slate 7 will possibility be similar to first-generation Nexus 7. And most likely HP's upcoming Slate 7 would be priced on an affordable side.

HP recently launched Slate 8 Pro in select territories. The tablet packs an 8-inch (4:3 display) having resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. It is powered by Tegra 3 T40 quad-core processor backed by 1GB of RAM. There's an 8-megapixel rear facing camera. The 16GB internal memory is expandable via a microSD card slot.

In India, HP is yet to make original Slate 7 official. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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