The upcoming Nvidia Tegra Tab slate has leaked yet again, courtesy of the FCC. The device has passed through the authority for the regular testing and the product, codenamed P1640 was spotted with a Tegra 4 CPU.
We already knew the bulk of the specs, but this time they’re confirmed to include a 7 inch screen, a stylus, a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and an IPS panel. There’s also two options for the battery: either 3200 or 4100 mAh and the included manuals reveals the presence of Android Jelly Bean stock, a front HD camera and a 5 megapixel back camera.
There are special apps bundled specifically for the stylus and we can’t really say yet if Nvidia will decide to user other OEMs to sell the device. This is certainly not a developer device, the kind of which we’ve seen before, even in the hand of the Nvidia CEO a while ago. Will this product work on a market where we also have the Nexus 7?