A leaked HP roadmap has landed on the web outing the company’s plans to expand its TouchPad tablet range later this year.
Following the US launch of the original 16GB and 32GB HP TouchPad tablets later this month, the leaked HP plans have revealed that the tech giant will add to its range of webOS touting iPad challengers with a higher storage 64GB TouchPad as well as a highspeed 4G offering, both coming in August.
Following the arrival of the increased storage and speedier TouchPad’s HP is expected to release a further two new devices in the ‘Fall’ sector with the Pre 3 smartphone to be joined by the HP Opal, a device rumoured to be a 7-inch webOS sibling of the TouchPad.
A document released alongside the roadmap suggests that the improved spec TouchPad coming in August will a “white glossy finish”, faster processor and 64GB of storage.
Due for release in the UK later this year with prices starting at £399 the HP TouchPad features a 1.2GHz single-core processor with 1GB of RAM. A 9.7-inch 1024 x 768p touchscreen display is also joined by a 1.3-megapixel camera.