The Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet will be available for pre-order on Monday, March 28, in two versions: HD (1280 x 800) and FHD (1920 x 1200).
Built by Spanish company BQ, who was the first to release an Ubuntu phone, Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition is both the first Ubuntu tablet and the first Ubuntu device to provide a converged experience.
The device features a dynamically adaptive interface, capable of providing both a tablet experience as well as a full Ubuntu desktop experience, when using the micro HDMI port to connect it to an external monitor, along with a keyboard and mouse connected via Bluetooth.
Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition specs shared between the HD and FHD versions:
- 10.1 inch multi-touch screen
- 7280mAh Li-Po battery
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB internal memory
- MicroSD slot (up to 64GB)
- Micro HDMI slot
- Frontal speakers
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
- Dimensions: 246 x 171 x 8.2mm
Besides the screen (1920 x 1200, 240 ppi for FHD and 1280 x 800, 160 ppi for the HD version), there are some other differences between the two device versions that you’ll be able to pre-order on Monday, like a less powerful CPU and GPU for the HD version and a better camera for the full HD version:
- CPU: MediaTek Quad Core MT8163B (up to 1,3 GHz)
- GPU: MediaTek Mali-T720 MP2 (up to 520 MHz)
- 5 Mpx rear camera and 2 Mpx frontal camera
- CPU: MediaTek Quad Core MT8163A (up to 1,5 GHz)
- GPU: MediaTek Mali-T720 MP2 (up to 600 MHz)
- 8 Mpx rear camera and 5 Mpx frontal camera
The price, along with other details will be announced on Monday (March 28).