Recently there was some intel that the Acer Iconia A110 7-inch Tablet would be launching in the UK at the end of September. That same intel suggested that the tablet will come initially with Ice Cream Sandwich but would be later upgraded to Jelly Bean. However, some new intel seems to have popped up refuting part of this, and it's good news. As you can see from the pic above, that is the Iconia A110 tablet, but it is running Jelly Bean, not ICS.
These pics showed up on the online retailer site, ebuyer.com, on their new preorder page for the tablet. Additionally, their spec list details Jelly Bean instead of ICS as well. Here it is below:
Acer Iconia A110 Tablet PC
- - NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core
- - 1GB RAM + 8GB
- - 7" LCD Touch + HDMI
- - Wifi + Bluetooth + Camera
- - MicroSD slot
- - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
The tablet will sell for £179.99. This new info also includes a potentially more solid release date of October 1st as well. We will keep you informed if we find out more. It looks like the OEMs are finally starting to follow Google's lead by coming out with more competitive Android tablets.
Source: AcerTabletForum via UnWiredView and eBuyer