Acer may be prepping Iconia Tab A200
The Acer Iconia Tab A100 launched merely three months ago in the United States, but its successor may now be coming sooner than expected.
The folks over at pocketdroid.net have spotted what is supposedly the Iconia Tab A200 in the Bluetooth certification database. A photo of the device is also provided, but additional information on the tablet (such as connectivity options) cannot be drawn due to the low resolution of the image. The description, however, does mention a capacitive multi-touch display with “smart divisions” and WiFi capabilities.
The Acer tablet is anticipated to launch in five different continents, including Europe and North America. A more pinpoint launch date and price will have to wait until official announcements.
The original 7-inch Iconia Tab A100 launched with an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 1024x600 resolution display, 1GB RAM, front-and-rear cameras and Android Honeycomb. The 8GB model is now available for $329 on Amazon.