Missing a few hours at the opening of the gates of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and Lenovo should propose right here two tablet with 7 inch and 10 who would hypothetically placing among lower and middle of the market, though we cannot yet speak of prices.
Speaking of specs, the largest of the three is the model S6000, riding a 10-inch diagonal IPSdi splay, a resolution of 1280 × 800 and powered by a processor 1.2 GHz quad-core MediaTek, a nominal battery life of 8 hours, weighs 560 grams and will come with HSPA + module optional.
Moving on to 7 inches, the A3000 shown in the header image will have a display IPS with resolution of 1024 × 600, will be powered by a processor 1.2 GHz quad-core MAC, he will also be available with HSPA + optional and will be slightly thicker than big brother. The last tablet will be the more modest and will almost certainly cover the entry level range of the market: the A1000 will be powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor with Dolby Digital Plus audio technology and will have a maximum of 16 GB internal memory. While it remains unknown the amount of storage that the two brothers will get on board, we know that both 7-inch models will have microSD support, with the A3000 which can handle up to 64 gigs of external memory, while the small A1000 you will have to make do with only 32 GB.
All three devices are expected to be available worldwide during the second quarter of the year and the rumors there would officially presented the famous Fira de Barcelona just this week (where should emerge full features) but, if in the meantime you’d like to give them a look, simply browse the Gallery over the jump.