A tablet called Kobo Arc has made an appearance on the FCC’s official website, which could hint an actual launch in the US. The device is planned for release this month and will be available in three different variants, 16GB ($200), 32GB ($250) and 64GB ($300), The Kobo Arc has Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) out of the box, as well as 1.5GHz dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM. The company has promised that a Jelly Bean update will be available quite soon.
The 7” (1280 x 800) HD display delivers 251 ppi of pixel density and it should remain clear even when used from extreme angles. The tablet will have a 1.3Mp 720p HD front-facing camera, Wi-Fi and microUSB port. The battery is enough for 2 weeks of standby and 10 hours of continuous reading. The Kobo Arc comes in black and white, along with popular apps, such as Google Maps, StreetView, Gmail,YouTube, Google Play, PressReader, Facebook, Twitter and Skype.