Tablets getting listed at FCC are usually exciting. This since we get to know the device is ready and should be seen making a market debut sometime soon. But then, companies more often than not keep the suspense going by invoking the confidentiality agreement with FCC. This bars the premier testing organization into revealing a whole lot of information about the tablet in question.
All of this applies to the Archos AT0S2 tablet that has recently been seen at the FCC but will be kept behind a thick veil of secrecy until August 19. So until then, there is no way to know what the Archos AT0S2 tablet will be all about. In fact, even the operating system is a secret, though it seems likely the tablet will run a version of the Android operating system.
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