Barnes & Noble, known for their NOOK line of products specially the tablets and eReaders in the market has recently launched the NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ tablets. These were decent tablets but in the lower range so far as their price tags go. The company however had announced that it was going to discontinue making of the tablets which they later on amended to mention that the tablets would be designed by them but manufactured by other hardware manufacturers.
A hint of this change in Barnes & Noble operations can be noticed at the GFXBench website where a tablet that has been designed by Barnes & Noble but holds a NVIDIA Tegra processor has been sighted.
The model number that the unannounced device carries is BNTV800 and its specs speak of a processor that clocks in the range of 51 MHz to 1810 MHz. The display is of 1620 x 1008 pixels and the OS is Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The screen resolution could however be 1620 x 1200 pixels as the one reported by GFXBench counts the space for buttons also into the resolution factor. The screen has an aspect ratio of 4:3.
Details about screen size and the cost of the device are open to all sorts of speculation. A guiding factor would be that Barnes & Noble are known to keep tag with Amazon so the latest Amazon device can be taken as a benchmark for these details. There is the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX tablet that has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip at its core.