They often come across new devices, sometimes unpublished, for the event. And that’s what happened studying the documents published by the engineers of the FCC certification of a new wireless module Intel 8260NGW, integrated for testing in a mysterious Fujitsu Stylistic Q736. The family identifies tablet and hybrid 2-in-1 but, when looking for more information online, this particular model seems not to exist or observing the nomenclature we can assume a (albeit approximate) data sheet.
And ‘however FCC that helps us in his identification documents because American institution we can read: “The Host Q736 is identical to previously certified Host Q775 under the same FCC ID: EJE-EM7355D1. The Only difference is: The Intel WiFi module “7265NGW” that was used in Host Q775 is now Replaced with Intel module “8260NGW” in The New Host Q736. The WWAN module, Antennas types, antenna locations and the whole mechanical construction is identical in Both Q775 and Q736. Only the Intel WiFi module is changed and spot checks at the WWAN frequency band on the new host Q736 were performed To ensure that the SAR measurement is the same with the originally certified host Q775 “.
Fujitsu Stylistic Q736 is practically identical to the current Stylistic Q775. FCC takes into account, of course, because of its relevance, namely the integration of a wireless module Intel 8260NGW and module broadband LTE Sierra Wireless EM7355 chipset, but we can assume that the refresh can go to the processor, adopting CPU latest Intel Skylake-Y instead of U-Broadwell processors present in Stylistic Q775.
The latter figure, however, would not be confirmed by the label on the back of the device, which indicates a very old “Intel Core i3-2310M with Windows 7 Pro 32bit”. It is not the first time that Fujitsu tries to confuse us, equipping new machines with hardware out of production, hence the Stylistic Q736 would only exception.
So Stylistic Q736 could be a new hybrid 2-in-1 13.3-inch business-oriented, with detachable keyboard dock and Window 10 Pro. Difficult to determine when it will be launched, but considering that the old Stylistic Q775 was presented in late January 2015, it is logical to expect news for the beginning of next year.