There’s a new tablet in town, part of a “Nexus” series, but not the kind you think… since it’s not Google’s own in house product. Instead, it’s the Bliss Pad R9020 model, yet another one of those affordable Android 4.0 slates that probably comes from Asia.

This device uses a 3G model and features a capacitive TFT touch display that’s 9 inches in diagonal and supports a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution with 16:10 aspect ratio. It supports multitouch for up to 4 points and it comes with a solid metal casing (aluminum), a SIM card tray and the usual collection of buttons (On/OFF, Menu, Home, Back, volume rocker). The product measures 10.8 mm in thickness, weighs 640 grams and relies on a 1 GHz Rockchip RK2918 processor and a Vivante GC800 GPU.

The OS of choice here is Android 4.0 and other specs include a main 3MP camera, front 2MP camera, 8GB of storage, 1GB of DDR3 RAM, a microSD card slot and WiFi. There’s also mini USB connectivity, a 3.5mm audio jack and a Li-Pol 6300 mAh battery, that should give the user at least 6 hours of use (my estimation). For the real Nexus Tablet, tune in tonight for more details from Google I/O!