Nvidia is gearing up to release a 7-inch tablet and, although it has yet to be confirmed or announced, its recent FCC appearance gives us a sneak peek at what's to come.
The P1640 -- or the Tegra Tab, as it's rumored to be named -- is expected to boast some home-field advantage, featuring an as-of-yet unreleased version of Nvidia's Tegra 4 chip. Aside from the speedy SoC, the tablet appears to house some midrange specs: a 1,280x800-pixel resolution IPS display and an almost-stock version of Android Jelly Bean.
The front of the tablet is all black and traditionally simple, with a purported front-facing HD camera and speakers on the left and right edges. The back of the tablet -- which appears to have a grippy texture similar to 2012's Google Nexus 7 -- features an alleged 5-megapixel rear camera on the top-left corner and stylus holder on the bottom-left edge.
The Tegra Tab's stylus integration and capabilities will inevitably be compared with other stylus-toting tablets, like the Samsung Galaxy Note series, but we'll have to wait and see if the Nvidia slate's performance stacks up to its competition.
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