A newly uncovered FCC document reveals that HP may be working a new tablet, codenamed the Omni 11. The filing doesn’t reveal much, but includes a sketch of the device’s back panel showing the HP logo, a camera placed at the top center, and a volume rocker on the side.
Another image shows some text describing the device as an HP Slate, which suggests we are in fact looking at a pure tablet despite the fact that earlier Omni-series devices have been all-on-one products. TechKiddy also claims the Omni 11 will come equipped with a 10-inch display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and will launch next month at IFA in Berlin, though we’re not sure where the site is getting its info.
Earlier this year, it was reported that HP had an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor-powered Android tablet in its pipeline. The once-great company was recently surpassed by Chinese rival Lenovo for most PCs shipped globally, and is expected to make another attempt at the mobile market, with a smartphone in the works as well.