Intel has always wanted to enter the mobile business as it was rising more than the computer business and to do so the company came up with their own mobile processors. Among the mobile processors that Intel announced this year one was a 64-bit Intel quad core Moorefield processors which was optimized to run on devices running Android OS. A new tablet from Asus was spotted at the FCC’s data base today by the model name K007.

It’s not easy to get details about the hardware of a device through FCC but in this case they were already mentioned. Asus K007 comes with an Intel Atom Z3560 quad core processor that is clocked at 1.8 GHz which is more than enough to run everything smoothly on the tablet. Asus K007 also comes with a 7 inch display that supports a resolution of 1200 x 1920 and uses IPS LCD display technology. The tablet also comes with a 5MP camera on its back though there were no details about the front camera but it’s there and 16 to 32 GB of onboard storage.

What’s interesting about the Asus K007 is the battery capacity on the tablet which is mentioned as 15Ah and if you don’t know the battery capacity on the 2013 model of Nexus is 3.95Ah. If this was accurate than the tablet would have an amazing battery life better than all the tablets present on the market but this can be an error as well.

Asus did announce their upcoming tablets back in June which will all be running the new Intel mobile processors though none of them matches the specs on the Asus K007. Maybe Asus is also going to launch it separately. What do you think can this be the new nexus tablet from Google or something else from Asus?