Fujitsu has announced plans to launch a Tegra 3 powered Android 4.0 tablet named M532 this spring. We have seen plenty of tablets based on Tegra 2 in 2011, and it seems 2012 could well be the year of the Tegra 3 chip from NVIDIA.
Coming to the Fujitsu M532 tablet device, it’s going to sport a 10 inch display and a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Other features of the upcoming tablet include a SIM card slot, microSD card slot, and a microUSB port. The overall design of the tablet is slim, with a rubberized back panel to provide for a better grip. There is also a docking port for connecting an HDMI device to the tablet. A 3 megapixel camera adorns the front of the tablet, while on the rear lies a 8 megapixel unit (which, it seems, is fast turning out to be the de facto rear camera standard for 10 inch tablet PCs, the Transformer Prime already has and so does the HTC Jetstream).
Fijitsu has earlier showcased a waterproof tablet named Arrows Tab, which is slated for a release towards the end of September.
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