HP plans to launch a new tablet with an 8 inch display, Windows 10 software, an Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor, and support for a stylus and keyboard.
It’s called the HP Envy Note 8, and while the company hasn’t officially unveiled the tablet yet, details are starting to emerge.
The tablet is mentioned in a handful of support documents on the HP website, and it looks like HP’s Swiss website briefly hosted a product listing for the tablet. That page has since been removed, but you might be able to view a Google cached version.
The HP Envy Note 8 features an Intel Atom x5-8300 processor, a micro USB port, microSD card slot, and micro SIM card slot for use with 4G LTE networks.
It has a 5MP rear camera with auto-focus support and the tablet comes with a keyboard case with a microfiber cover and stand fr the tablet, allowing you to use the Envy Note 8 like a tiny notebook. The tablet also comes with a stylus.
There are no details about the screen resolution, memory or storage capacity, but we do know that the tablet has an accelerometer, gyroscope, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, and GPS. FCC documents also suggest the tablet will have 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth.
The Envy Note 8 tablet measures 8.6″ x 5″ x 0.3″ and the keyboard cover is 10.3″ x 6.7″ x 0.4″.