Earlier this year, chip maker Intel announced its 64-bit Moorefield processors that are optimized especially for the Android based devices. Now, it appears like the Taiwan based firm Asus is planning to launch a tablet powered by one of these new chipsets.
According to the FCC database, a new 7 inch Asus tablet has been listed with the model number K007 with a few hardware specifications. Talking about these specs, the device uses the Atom Z3560 chipset that houses a quad-core processor clocked at 1.8 GHz. This chip should suffice in delivering enough processing power to the 7 inch Android tablet.
the tablet is listed to arrive with a 7 inch IPS LCD display carrying a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels. Also, the device is claimed to feature a 5 MP primary snapper paired with a good front-facer for video calling. The connectivity department is likely to include the standard ones such as GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The documents also tip at the presence of 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage capacities.
Other hardware specifications as listed by the FCC documents include a 15Ah battery that should be sufficient in pumping in enough life to the 7 inch tablet. Maybe, this device could be the successor to the MeMO Pad tablet or the Nexus 7 2013 model.