HP Android Tablet Surfaces on FCC: SIM Card Slot And 4600mAh Battery Revealed

By Vivek

    After Nokia which recently unveiled its latest Windows Tablet Lumia 2520, it looks like its time for HP to come up with a tablet. However HP will have an Android OS based tablet according to the latest information that is listed on the FCC.

    Thus, HP is likely to announce a new tablet running Android soon. The device listed on the FCC database comes with a model number HSTNH-B15C. However, there is no detailed information about the device at the moment land even FCC report doesn't reveal much information.


    But the FCC database at lease tells us that the tablet's proportions is 26.5 by 17.5 centimeters which somehow hints at the 10-inch slate. The speaking of dimensions, the alleged HP Android tablet is 1.5 centimeters thick, according to the filing.

    Apart from these, the FCC filing also reveals a 4600mAh battery and a cellular radio that works on 850/1900MHz GSM networks. There's a pair of cameras as well, one in front and one around the back of the device. There is an SD card slot and on the bottom side of the tablet there is also a pair of speakers, an HDMI output, and two microUSB ports.

    There is no other information on the device at the moment and no name of the tablet has been mentioned. However, we can expect the announcement of the tablet within this year itself.

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