Besides NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 silicon, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 slate boasts 10.1″ display with 1280×800 pixels, 8MP rear and 3MP front cameras, plus 16GB of onboard storage. The company made a water resistant 10-incher last year, the Fujitsu F-01D, but whether that’s the case with the Tegra 3 slate is not mentioned.
The Stylistic M532 leaked with the price tag of $630 and rumored May availability, but we are still waiting for an official announcement,. That might come just in time for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month, where the brand’s cohorts are rumored to plot a big splash. Seeing that Fujitsu is planning an onslaught with the North American market, this thing might arrive stateside at some point as well.
Apparently the tablet currently runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb but by the time it reaches the public domain the word is the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 will be packing the latest Android operating system, Android Ice Cream Sandwich.. It will compete in an increasingly crowded tablet market dominated by devices with ARM processors such as Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab.
But Fujitsu won’t be the only Oak Trail supporter: Intel has said about 35 devices, including tablets and gaming consoles, will be available with the new chips starting in May. Lenovo, for example, showed an Oak Trail tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, and the product is expected to become available soon.