HP may not be out of the Android tablet game just yet. Following the Pro Slate line, a new HP tablet just passed through the FCC and the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The tablet is reportedly being dubbed the “HP 10 G2,” indicating that it’s a follow-up to last year’s HP 10. Details about the device are pretty slim, but sources say it’ll be packing a MediaTek MT8127A quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. From the photos (and the name), we can gather that it will likely have a 10-inch display and a microSD card slot. We can see the standard front and rear cameras, and it doesn’t look like HP will be putting capacitive buttons on the device. We can also make out what appears to be a rather small rear speaker just under the FCC and Bluetooth SIG information.
Other than that, no much else is known about the HP 10 G2. It will be interesting to see if HP tries to push this as a flagship tablet, or as a more affordable, lower-spec option. It’s also worth noting that not all devices that gain FCC approval make it to market. Given that the HP 10 G2 passed through Bluetooth certification as well, we can expect HP to at least try to bring this tablet to consumers in some form.
Source: Android Police