The device doesn't boast any remarkable specs, but it's apparently going to run Android with access to the Google Play Store and B&N software for purchasing and reading eBooks and such. The 7-inch tablet is manufactured by a Chinese company (Shenzhen Jingwah IT) and comes powered by a MediaTek MT8163 quad-core chipset and a 3000mAh battery. It also features dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, front and rear cameras, a mono speaker, a microUSB port and a microSD card slot.
The device seems to be primed as a rival to the $50 Amazon Fire tablet, explaining its modest spec sheet and looks. While not a flashy reboot of the Nook brand, it might make for a decent reading tablet with Android functionality on top.