Reports that HTC is working on the next Nexus tablet for Google have been making the rounds for a few weeks. Now it looks like that tablet might have just received certification from the South Korean equivalent of the FCC and @UpLeaks claims to have some new details about the tablet.
Neither Google nor HTC have confirmed that the tablet exists, but if you believe the rumors, here’s what we can expect from the tablet which may be called the HTC T1 and which seems to have the code-names Flounder and/or Volantis:
- NVIDIA Tegra K1 64-bit processor
- 4GB RAM
- Optional 4G LTE (with CDMA2000 support for Verizon and/or Sprint networks)
- 8MP rear camera with flash
- 1.6MP front-facing camera
- WiFi, GPS, NFC
- Google Android L software
Earlier leaks have indicated that the tablet would have an 8.9 inch, 2048 x 1440 pixel display which would make it one of the first Nexus devices with a non-widescreen display. If the screen size is correct, it’s likely that Google would call the tablet the Nexus 9 if and when it launches.