Lenovo has revealed a new range of tablets which will be available in China initially. Among the tablets include S2007 and S2010 with 7 inch and 10.1 inch respectively, reported Engadget.
Both the tablets feature Google’s Honeycomb 3.2 operating system along with a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm snapdragon dual core processor and a 1 GB of DDR 2 RAM. Though the tablets’ launch coincided with the Google’s announcement of availability of Android Ice Cream Sandwich for all vendors, the new tablets do not feature the ICS.
But the good news here is that Lenovo is expected to launch the International version of the new tablets, called as the Ideapad, with Android ICS and maybe the newer Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor.
The 5 inch screen size based smaller smartphone tablet, about which we reported earlier, has also been named now as the S2005. It features a 5 inch display with almost similar hardware configuration as the other two while having Google Android Gingerbread as its operating system.
There is no final word on the availability of the devices as of now but since the company has started moving already towards the newer product range it is expected that we will hear more news on the Ideapad series as well soon.