Lenovo is in the news again with another tablet device. So while the two tablets spotted just the other day at the FCC did make things mysterious, we can definitely say the plot thickens a bit with the latest tablet device from the company.
This since there is no confirmation the tablet codenamed A1-07 is indeed the 7 inch version of the LePad that Lenovo had said would be made available earlier in the year. The blurred images does not do much to clear the air as well though there is some details available of the tablet.
Like we know the A1-07 has a TI OMAP3621 processor at is the core, the same that also powers the Nook Color. Feature wise, the tablet comes equipped with a Broadcom GPS unit, 3G wireless along with a SIM card and a microSD card slot. A 3,700mAh battery will be providing the juice while the presence of the characteristic Android buttons might be an indication of the tablet running Android 2.x version. This if the tablet shown is not some outdated picture. Or perhaps, the tablet would be a low cost version for the budget segment.
Surely there will be more of the tablet in the days to come.
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