This Android Tablet from Hanspree, model number SN10T1, was revealed at IFA Berlin today. AndroidPIT was there to take some videos of the device, and talk with some of the Hanspree representatives. The Android 2.1 powered tablet features a 10.1" 1024 x 768 LED BL display, plus one other features that we confirmed which is a first in confirmed Android devices.
The representatives we talked to said that the device will receive the Android Gingerbread update eventually. The device we had the pleasure of using was running Android 2.1 with their custom UI, but the press documents they gave us mentioned Android 2.2 would be on the device, so I would assume the device should receive Android 2.2 fairly soon, maybe in the next month or two.
Spec-wise, the device features a dual core Tegra 2 ARM A9 1GHz processor, 512MB RAM, and 16GB of onboard storage. The device also features a mini HDMI, miniUSB, microUSB, and 3.5mm headset jack. It also sports a 3500mAh battery and the device weighs 790g.
The tablet will have Wi-Fi b/g/n, but 3G and telephone calls won't be part of this device. They have plans to include those features in future models. GPS is also not yet supported on the device.
The device's physical buttons could definitely be improved, as it take some force to activate them. Considering the processor that the device has, I was suprised at how long the load times were
Cost and availability are not available at this time.