The Mastone Prowave tablet features Freescale chipset and Android OS
Slashgear uncovered an Android tablet at Freescale’s booth at MWC made by Chinese company Mastone that runs off a Freescale i.MX515 processor.
The Mastone Prowave tablet features a resistive touchscreen (which looks to be between 5 to 7-inches judging by the pictures) and runs off a customized Android interface that includes apps and widgets. The reviewer found the build quality to be very high and the body stylish rather slick. The buttons were solid and responsive. In addition to a USB, SIM, audio in/out, external speaker, SD card slot and webcam, the Prowave has WiFi and 3G capability.
While there’s no word on price, Freescale did let it leak that their reference design for items like this were around $200. It’s not unrealistic to expect around that same price point from Mastone.