Electronics retailer Best Buy has joined the Andriod PC tablet bandwagon by revealing the image of its own upcoming Andriod tablet, Insignia Flex, via its Insignia Facebook page.
Though the company has not provided details of the new tablet, it will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, sport a 9.7-inch screen and powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor.
In addition, the new Andriod tablet will also promise to deliver a battery backup of 10 hours of runtime per charge, the company said.
Best Buy's new Andriod tablet is expected to release a month from now and the pricing is expected very close to $199.
The image posted on Twitter on Monday shows a microSD port, a headphone port and an integrated microphone.
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