Lenovo Working On Two unreleased Android Tablets;The A3500 And The A3300


Not even a full 24 hours has passed since the big news of the Motorola acquisition by Lenovo, and already we're starting to hear of upcoming devices from the major Chinese manufacturer. Lenovo is apparently working on two unreleased Android Tablets, titled the A3500 and the A3300 series tablets. These aren't the first Android Tablets that we've seen come out of Lenovo, as they released and most recently offer the Yoga 8 and Yoga 10 tablets, both which also run Android. However these two new tablets give some insight that Lenovo really does want to make a bigger name for itself in the U.S. mobile market.

Both tablets as stated above are still in development, but they have both already received their Bluetooth SIG certifications which makes them one step closer to a release. Both the A3500 and the A3300 will have 7 inch displays, but both will also have different resolutions to separate them into different tiers. The A3500 will come with a screen resolution of 800 x 1280, while the lower end A3300 will come with a mere 600 x 1024 resolution. Both come with 1GB of RAM for all the mobile computing the tablets will be capable of, although the A3500 will be 3G equipped and the A3300 will only have Wifi connectivity.

It seems that screen size here may be the only similarity between the two, as the A3500 will also come sporting better camera and processor specs. The A3500 has a 5MP rear facing camera with a 2MP front shooter, and will come equipped with a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. While the A3300 will have a lower 2MP rear facing camera with only a VGA front shooter, and less powerful 1.3GHz dual-core processor. Rumor also has it that Lenovo is working on two other tablet devices, the A7600 and the A5500, but there are no raw details about either of those ones just yet. So far, there is yet to be any word from Lenovo or anyone else on the release and price range of these tablets, but surely with the specs listed they can't cost too much.

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