If you have been looking for a new tablet with the Android operating system as an alternative to the iPad one of the offerings that has been expected soon has been delayed. Toshiba has announced that it is delaying the launch of its new 10.1-inch Android 3.0 tablet until the end of the summer.
The tablet was previously set to land in Q2 and the new end of summer launch will push it to Q3 launch. The tablet is expected to pack in some impressive hardware as it is and originally the Tegra 2 dual-core processor was expected. Rumors claims that the delay may be to wait for the new NVIDIA quad-core processor.
The tablet will also have a 5MP front camera 0.2MP rear camera, a HDMI out, USB ports, and an SD card slot. The tablet will also have WiFi onboard. For now, there is no mention of price, but I would expect it to land with a price in the range of the iPad and Motorola Xoom. Take a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
[via RegHardware]Filed Under: Android News, Tablet News