ASUS has unveiled its new MeMO Pad FHD 10 LTE tablet. A quad-core variant of the company’s previously announced dual-core-powered MeMO Pad FHD 10 that was first shown off back in June, the latest version of the FHD 10 will offer LTE connectivity, as its name implies. Up front, the slate has the same 1920 x 1200-pixel IPS display as its predecessor. ASUS says the screen will offer viewing angles as wide as 178 degrees.
Despite having such a powerful processor and high-resolution display, ASUS claims its latest slate will last upwards of 10 hours of battery life. Thanks to its quad-core CPU, the FHD 10 LTE will, unfortunately, be slightly thicker than its dual-core sibling, 0.39 inches to the dual-core’s 0.37 inches. Despite the small size increase, the FHD 10 LTE is still expected to weigh the same 1.3 pounds as the dual-core model.
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The slate should also come loaded with a fairly stripped down version of Google’s Android 4.2.2 OS. So far, we know that the tablet will sport a 5-megapixel rear camera, though there’s no word on what kind of front-facing shooter there will be. Software to be included with the FHD 10 LTE include ASUS’ Splendid display app and SonicMaster audio technology. ASUS is also showing off accessories for the tablet including a Folio Key detachable keyboard and cover.
No word yet on pricing or release dates for the FHD 10 LTE, but we’ll keep you posted.