Acer’s new Tablet for the ever-shrinking tablet market visits the FCC, and this new device is a budget-oriented tablet. The new Acer Iconia One 8 FCC visit reveals quite a lot about its dimensions, design as well as some specs, that the device will be sporting under its hood. Starting with the look of the Iconia One 8, which is quite generic and seems like a typical entry-level Android Tab.
Moving ahead, the tablet sports an 8-inch display which is decent for a Tab of this caliber, carrying a resolution of 800×1280, which is rather meh for an 8-inch device, fortunately, you get an IPS display panel, instead of those TFT ones. Running the show here is a MediaTek MT8167A chip which is a 64-bit Quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz, based on the power-efficient Cortex-A35 cores. It is paired with a PowerVR GE8300 GPU, suitable for entry-level devices.
On the memory side, you get 1GB RAM, and 16GB of internal storage with room for expansion via a micro-sd card slot should be up to 64GB on the top. In the camera department, the Acer Iconia One 8 features a 5 MP rear shooter, and on the front, you get a 2 MP snapper for video calling, it has a 3.5mm jack on the top and speaker grills at the bottom end. Keeping the lights on is a huge 4500mAh battery pack which should suffice for a day of usage.
The Acer Iconia One 8 should launch soon in coming months, so if you are looking for a budget tablet do keep an eye on this one.