HP has been getting very comfortable with Android over the past months, releasing a bunch of appealing devices with this OS on board. Now they are all set to launch two new devices in the market: a hybrid tablet and a phablet. The HP Browser 10 x 2 seems to be taking a page out of the Slatebook x2.
The tablet in question goes by the name HP Browser 10 x2. HP Browser 10 x 2 is rumored to be a tablet or notebook hybrid, having the same detachable keyboard arrangement.
According to the reports, the HP Browser 10 x 2 resembles the Slatebook x2. On the other hand, the Slatebook would not be powered by a Tegra processor and will be supporting a 1 GHz quad-core processor and a Vivante GC1000 GPU.
Browser 10 x 2 will come with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor and will have 1920 x 1008 resolution display, which makes it a few pixels short of full HD capacity. As far as the OS is concerned, it will be running on Android 4.3.
There are a lot of companies that offer a good deal for tablets in the market like Samsung, ASUS. Fonepad 7 is one of them, which allows the users to place voice calls, though a hybrid tablet would probably appeal to a different consumer segment.
While the tablet from the company is nothing but mere speculation, there is no confirmation on the specifications by the company, and may change in the future.