NEC has just announced that its LifeTouch Android tablet which was scheduled to be released in Oct this year has now has been rescheduled for release in November this year. The device will of course be released in Japan and as the picture above suggests, it will be in Japanese language but since it runs Android 2.1 OS, changing the language is not an issue.
The NEC LifeTouch Tablet is powered by ARM Cortex A8 processor and has a 256MB DDR RAM. Main features include built-in GPS, 3 mega pixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, accelerometer etc. The NEC LifeTouch has a 7” touch screen with 800 x 480 pixel resolution. Like many other 7 inch Android tablets, this one also weighs under 400g. The battery on this Japanese Android tablet is expected to last up to 8 hours. There is no word on the internal memory but with the presence of SD/SDHC slot, storage space is not an issue.
The camera on this Android tablet has auto focus feature. The device also has a USB 2.0 port, internal speakers and microphone for making video calls. Still no support for 3G in this tablet which is a bit of disappointment since the Huawei S7 tablet has it. No information on price of the NEC LifeTouch Tablet was found at the time of writing.