Earlier this week, Acer announced that it will release its first quad-core tablet, the Iconia Tab A510, in March 2012. The device is expected to debut in Europe, with a US launch date still to be determined.
Today, the A510 made an appearance on the FCC, winning approval for its WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. Unfortunately, FCC documents do not reveal much else about the A510, other than the presence of an HDMI out port and the use of a Sanyo BAT1011 battery.
We also get a look at the A510’s profile, thanks to the label pic above. This is the only image of the A510 in FCC filings, however.
The A510 will feature a 10.1-inch 1280×800 screen, a 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, microSD card slot, and front (1.3MP) and rear (5MP) cameras. The device will run Android 4.0 ICS – the latest version of Google’s Android OS. The A510 will cost €399 when it’s launched in France.