The 10.1-inch Acer Iconia Tab Android-powered tablet comes in two versions, the A500 which is Wi-Fi-only, and the A501, which also features mobile data connectivity. The most widely spread internal storage capacity for both models is 32 GB, but we recently saw a 16 GB model launch in the UK.
And now it looks like Acer is prepping to add yet another storage capacity option, to the A501 at least. An Acer Iconia Tab A501 with 64 GB of storage has recently passed through the FCC. The A501 was announced in March by AT&T, so this particular model is probably headed to that carrier at some point in the future.
Unfortunately AT&T has yet to unveil an exact release date for the tablet, or any pricing information, so all we can tell for sure right now is that the carrier may get more than one Iconia Tab A501, and that the 64 GB model will (obviously) be more expensive than the 32 GB version. Stay tuned for more.
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