Lenovo, which has recently launched its LePad tablets, is reportedly ‘set to announce’ two Android devices including one measuring 10 inches and another that is 7 inches. A Windows based 10 inch tablet is also on the cards.
The 7 inch tablet will sport Android Honeycomb operating system with a dual core ARM processor, and a high definition 1280×800 pixel screen. The tablet will also have a custom user interface (UI), called LeOS, on top of Android Honeycomb.
The tablet will be available in the fourth quarter of this year (Oct-Dec) across the world, including in India.
There is also a Thinkslate tablet (another transformer) that will start shipping in a couple of months. This dual core ARM based tablet will be specially targeted at the enterprise segment with special focus on security, manageability, and customisation.
Android Honeycomb with LeOS user interface will appear on this tablet as well. It will run on Tegra 2 processors, and will have a capacitive touchscreen as well as a touch pen and optional digitiser. The tablet will also have an optional keyboard.
Lenovo already sells two versions of LePad in China. One of them is a 10.1 inch tablet with 1.2 GHz ARM processor, based on Android 2.2 Froyo, while the other is a hybrid device that can transform into a laptop and uses Windows 7 only.