Thanks to the FCC, everyone got an early glimpse of the Android-based Archos 32 last week, but it’s looking like it’s not the only Android device in the company’s pipeline. On Monday, documentation for the Archos A28, a rather small PMP (or you could call it a tablet) popped up on the FCC’s website.
The filing doesn’t give out too many details, but it looks like the petite device will be sporting a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, 8GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi support and a 600-mAH battery. The actual body, which looks to clock in at around 3.1 x 0.4 x 3.7 inches, doesn’t have much in the way of ports—the top of the tablet only contains a headphone jack and a port for the included USB cable.
The FCC filing also features the A28’s manual. There aren’t any details yet about what version of Android the device will run, but the manual shows that it’ll have five desktops.