The ASUS MeMO Pad 10 Smart first popped up on our radar thanks to an unboxing video that made its way online a couple of weeks ago, and now the unannounced Android slate is back for a second helping of leaky goodness. A few press images of the MeMO Pad 10 Smart have been posted by Dutch site TabletsMagazine.nl, the same site responsible for the aforementioned unboxing video, and they offer us an early peek at the tablet in both its blue and white outfits. The front of the MeMO Pad 10 Smart looks like just about any other ASUS-made slate, and around back we can see a centered camera up top, an ASUS logo beneath that and some speakers on both sides of that branding.
Expected to be the big sibling to the already-official 7-inch MeMO Pad, the MeMO Pad 10 Smart is rumored to feature a 10.1-inch 1280x800 display and camera on its face, as well as a second camera around back. Packed inside its body is said to be a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 16GB storage, microSD slot and 1GB RAM. We're also told that ASUS has preloaded Android Jelly Bean on its new tablet. It's not know how much that whole package will set back interested customers, but considering that spec sheet and the 7-inch MeMO Pad's $149 price tag, it seems unlikely buying that the MeMO Pad 10 Smart will make your wallet scream "Uncle!" Based on what we've seen of it so far, has your interest been piqued by the MeMO Pad 10 Smart?