updated 02:25 pm EST, Thu December 29, 2011
Future Intel Medfield tablet spotted in the wild
The first tablet running Android 3 on Intel's Medfield platform has been spotted out in the wild by AndroidCommunity. While the Medfield tablets and smartphones are expected to be officially unveiled at CES, this latest leak reveals some tech specs. The 10.1-inch tablet will have a version of Android 3 preloaded and likely use a dual-core 1.6GHz processor. The source said the build quality of the tablet is great, with a hefty weight and thin build.
The power button is on the top left of the tablet, with the volume buttons found to the right of it. The headphone jack, microSD memory card and microUSB, miniHDMI and power connection ports are on the right side. The touchscreen attracts fingerprints more than usual, however, leaving the source to summarize that it's not the final build of the tablet.
The developer tablet was supposedly purchased for $50.