While Samsung are busy readying their Tizen-based smartphones ahead of a possible August or September release, a little-known Japanese company has unveiled the alternative platform‘s first tablet. Contrary to the rumoured Samsung Tizen smartphones, this yet-to-be-named tablet will reportedly sport top-of-the-line specs.
Japanese company Shisutena, who appears to be “a partner or division” of Systena Japan, is set to manufacture the first Tizen tablet. Featuring a quad-core Cortex A9 1.4GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB storage, and a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 display, the unnamed Tizen device certainly sounds like a top-tier tablet based on specs. The tablet will also sport a 2MP rear and 0.3MP front camera, with the usual WiFi and microSD connectivity.
That’s all there is to know about the Tizen tablet so far, but Shisutena has announced that it will unveil the tablet at a trade show later this year, on October 23. The company is also prepping a Tizen-based in-vehicle-infotainment product – one of the other major uses the platform is tailored for.