A few days ago we reported that the PH government gave commemorative MyPhone-branded tablets to selected APEC delegates. Curiously, the tablet was a model that was running Windows, an operating system that hasn’t shown up on any previously released MyPhone devices.
Now we have a good idea of the specifications of that yet to be released tablet and a name. Apparently that Windows tablet is the hybrid, Android/Windows capable my51, according to a post in The Big Time Show community. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but it looks like the tablet runs a 1.83GHz quad-core processor (most certainly part of the Intel Atom family) that has 32GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, 2800mAh battery and a TV-out. Certainly not the fastest of tablets, but since it’s more of a symbolic gift, the specs aren’t as important as the gesture.