We can't exactly say that Fujitsu's Stylistic M532 has been completely AWOL since it was first exposed back in January (2012), but that doesn't change the fact that its launch is quite clearly overdue.
After all, it was supposed to arrive in May but, after that update in March
, we only spotted it once more, in an unboxing video
Needless to say, May has long since passed. Fortunately, it appears that the item has only been delayed in the US, not scrapped.
The Federal Communications Commission is the one that provided this assurance, having recently tested it for compliance with wireless communication regulations.
As seen in this listing here
, the FCC validated the support for a/b/g/n protocols and Bluetooth. The filing also mentions the 3,170mAh battery, but not much else.
Then again, there wasn't much need for all the specs to be spilled. The previous sightings and reports we have mentioned have already exposed them.
The Tegra 3 SoC from NVIDIA is backed by 1 GB of RAM (random access memory) and 32 GB of NAND Flash storage.
The four 1.4 GHz cores will have an easy time playing up to 1080p video. What's more, when nothing too taxing is being done, the four cores power down and let a fifth core do the little things, to save energy.
Other specs include two cameras (8 MP at the back, 2 MP at the front), HDMI, USB, and of course, the 10.1-inch LCD (WXGA resolution, 1,280 x 728 pixels apparently). There is even a Gorilla Glass 2
panel protecting it.