A few hours ago the three tablets that Lenovo has in store for the Mobile World Congress were revealed, but leave some gaps on their characteristics: thanks colleagues to Phone Arena, we can remedy some and be aware of it.
Starting from the smallest, the A1000, we find a processor 1.2 GHz dual-core MAC, a 7-inch1024 × 600 resolution and a low density of 170 ppi; internal storage is 16 GB with microSD and microSDHC up to 32 GB (found here the data sheet).
Moving to the more powerful A3000, we double the number of cores, by switching to a processor 1.2 GHz quad-core MAC, a 7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1024 × 600, front and rear camera, as well as support for microSD, microSDHC and microSDXC GPS module and up to 64 GB (assisted by A-GPS).
The largest of the three is the tablet with 10 inch S6000, riding a IPS display with resolution of 1280 × 800, animated by a processor quad-core 8389/1.2 GHz from Media Tek 8125. The latter model was also tested by Phone Arena, which defines itself not too impressed by the build quality, reflecting the entry-level range of tablets. On the other hand, the device is only 8.6 mm thick and weighs only 560 grams, making it lighter than tablet like an iPad from 9.7 inches and thin enough. From the software point of view, the system installed is 4.1 Android stoc kwith only adding some custom widgets from Lenovo.
Any of you start to let us a little thought, since we are discussing a launch date which should drop in the second quarter of this year? Besides the jump you can admire some other shot that might give you some more certainty, tell us your opinion in the comments.