The FCC is more often than not the last hurdle before a piece of consumer electronics device is rolled out to the market. Having said that, the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series tablet that runs on the Android mobile operating system alongside an Intel Atom Moorefield processor keeping things humming, has arrived at the FCC – which means it is about to embark on a market release.
What other kinds of hardware specifications can we expect from the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series tablet? We are looking at an 8.4” 2560 x 1600 pixel OLED display, an Intel RealSense Snapshot camera, as well as an extremely slim case. The tablet itself would measure all of just 6mm, which translates to approximately 0.24” thin. It is widely expected for Dell to sell the tablet for approximately $499 when it hits the market in a few weeks’ time.
As for the aforementioned RealSense Snapshot camera, it will enable one to shoot 3D images as well as apply 3D effects to pictures afterwards for that added pizzazz. A 21Wh battery will make use of a microUSB cable to charge, while a microSD memory card slot offers expansion purposes. It does look as though Dell intends to offer an LTE/HSPA+ model with a SIM card slot as well.