The name suggests the new tablet will have a 10 inch display… and it’ll likely be an update to the original HP 10 tablet, which mean it will probably run Google Android software, as seen in at least a few of the photos at the FCC website.
HP does sell 10 inch Windows tablets, but they follow a different naming scheme.
The HP 10 G2 features a MediaTek MT8127A processor. That’s a quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 chip with Mali-450 graphics and a top speed of 1.5 GHz, which should make it a bit faster than the 1 GHz Allwinner A31S chip used in the original HP 10.
Still, this an entry-level or mid-range processor from MediaTek, and the chip is more than a year old, suggesting that the HP 10 G2 will be a budget tablet rather than a high-performance model.
Other known specs include 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. The tablet features front and rear cameras, and the FCC pictures seem to show a covered microSD card slot below the power and volume buttons. There’s a headphone jack at the top of the tablet and a microUSB port at the bottom.