The Sharp Galapagos A01SH tablet has just been unveiled along with its final hardware specs and projected release date, at least in Japan, that is. What we have here is a 7-inch tablet with a display resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels, and a NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset clocked at 1GHz is what makes it tick. A couple of cameras are in tow as well – a 5-megapixel main one with autofocus and LED flash and a 2-megapixel secondary shooter for self-portraits and video conversations. The device’s battery is rated at 7.5 hours, and Android 3.2 Honeycomb is the operating system in charge of the show. Nothing revolutionary in terms of hardware, we know, but it seems like pricing will be a main selling point for the Galapagos A01SH.
The Galapagos A01SH will be launching in Japan later this month, yet Sharp has promised that its tablets will make it to the US later this year. As the A01SH has already cleared the FCC, it wouldn’t be surprising if it lands on a shelf with a price tag on in the near future. However, it better be priced reasonably as there doesn’t seem to be another factor that will help it stand out of the crowd.
Source: EAccess (translated) via Electronista