The holiday shopping season is near, and as such many phone and tablet makers are getting ready to launch new products. One of those seems to be Acer, which interestingly has a new tablet in the works.
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 has received Bluetooth certification, and with that honor came the first (tiny) picture of this tablet, thankfully. It’s the first time we’re hearing about the A200, and unfortunately the Bluetooth SIG isn’t helpful when it comes to specs, so we’ll have to speculate for now.
The Iconia Tab A200 may be the successor to the 7-inch A100, although that would be a bit odd, since the A100 hasn’t been out for long. Then again, nowdays successors are being launched only a few months after the devices that they’re supposed to replace on the market, so don’t discard this possibility altogether.
The other option is that the A200 is bigger than the A100, and smaller than the A500 (that much we can gather from the model numbers). Could this be an 8-inch or 8.9-inch offering from Acer? We’ll probably find out soon enough. Now that it’s been leaked for the first time, expect other info to come at a rather fast pace, for that’s what usually happens in the mobile world.
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