Lenovo announced on Monday that two new quad-core tablets with Android 4.2 will be unveiled in the following period. The devices will be the first tablets of the company featuring Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.2, CNET News informs.
Lenovo is about to enrich its collection of tablets with two new models, according to a recent announcement released by the company. The devices will feature a 7-inch and a 10-inch display, respectively; the manufacturer has chosen to endow its tablets with quad-core processors for more advanced performance. The innovation that the company will make, however, is the fact that both tablets will feature Google’s Android 4.2 operating system as Lenovo does not have similar products with this new version of software.
The 10-inch tablet labeled as S6000 has been described as a “mobile home entertainment center” by Lenovo. The smaller one, on the other hand, has been designed for entry-level buyers. Interested customers will have to wait for several more months as the tablets will not be available for sale sooner than the second half of the year. For the moment, Lenovo will limit itself to presenting the two tablets during this week’s edition of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Similar to the other companies who are taking part in the show, Lenovo has decided to announce its new tablets on Monday, before the actual congress begins.
As for the technical specifications of the tablet, Lenovo told the press that the tablets have a 1.2 GHz processor, a 5 megapixel rear camera and a 0.5 megapixel front camera. The devices also have optional HSPA+ connectivity for those who may be interested in them.
Lenovo is just one of the many companies who have decided to offer its customers a wide range of gadgets functioning on various operating systems. The manufacturer has tablets with Android, Windows 8 and RT in its IdeaPad and ThinkPad collections.