Thanks to the FCC filing spotted by Engadget, Nvidia's rumoured Tegra Tab 7 tablet has made yet another appearance on the Internet rumour mills. However, Nvidia has not revealed any plans of launching an Android tablet, yet.
The latest FCC (Federal Communications Commission) listing confirms that the alleged Nvidia Tegra Tab 7 tablet is dubbed the P1640.
The listing hints that Nvidia may roll out two different variants of the 7-inch Tegra Tab tablet. The listing of the rumoured Nvidia tablet reveals some new features like stylus support, SD card support, HDMI and rear camera will be for premium model of the tablet, features that will probably not be available in the more affordable model.
Earlier, the tablet was spotted in a bunch of high-resolution images that emerged online, revealing the overall design of the tablet and also claimed that the tablet from Nvidia will come with a stylus.
Previously, AnTuTu benchmark results of the alleged Nvidia Tegra Tab 7 surfaced online. The results suggested that the alleged tablet from Nvidia is powered by a quad-core Tegra 4 SoC clocked at 1.8GHz and scored more than 27,000 on AnTuTu benchmarks. It also claimed that the tablet runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The tablet is rumoured to come with a 7-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280x768 pixels, and said to sport a 5-megapixel rear camera. Other features include a Micro-HDMI port, USB port, audio output jack, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and even a SIM tray that hints that the tablet may come with 3G or 4G support.