With the launch date of November 9th rapidly approaching, the Asus Transformer Prime has been submitted to the FCC for review. Most of the details are hidden behind confidentiality agreements, but we have been able to confirm some details from the publicly visible documents.
According to the RF Test Report, the model number for the Transformer Prime will be “TF201″. The old Eee Pad Transformer was “TF101″, so this seems reasonable. No word yet on whether there will be different model numbers for international regions.
The FCC documents also confirm the presence of WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities. Of course, that’s to be expected on any Android device these days, so nothing surprising here. We’ve already heard some official specifications from the teaser at AsiaD, including the presence of mini-HDMI, SD Card Slot, 14.5 hour battery life, & Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich”.
The arrival of the Transformer Prime at the FCC pretty much confirms an imminent launch date. We’re looking forward to November 9th when the full specifications will finally be revealed. But if you’re like us, and can’t wait for the details, have a read through the FCC documents released today. There’s no feature list per se, but there are some interesting reports, particularly the RF Test mentioned above.