Arnova 90 G3 affordable Android tablet hits the FCC
Last time we heard from Arnova, they were busy showing off the latest version of the 13-inch FamilyPad tablet at the 2013 CES in Las Vegas. According to a listing on the Federal Communications Commission’s website, the firm (which is Archos’ low-cost brand based in China) will soon release a new slate PC, dubbed 90 G3 that comes with an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.
Arnova has just launched the product page for the 90 G3 and it seems the tablet is equipped with a single core ARM Cortex-A9 processor (1GHz), 512MB of RAM and 4GB of flash storage. In addition, it sports a 9-inch (16:9 aspect ratio) multi-touch screen of 800-by-480 pixels resolution and a front-facing web camera.
Measuring 11.6-inches at its thickest point, the 480g “multimedia and internet” device offers Wi-Fi and micro-USB connectivity, a microSD card reader slot for adding more storage and a G-sensor.
Unfortunately, there is still no word on pricing and availability. We will keep you updated when we have more information.