Two new Lenovo tablets appear through FCC
A5500 and A7600 to be the new crew members of the Lenovo IdeaPad series
Two new Lenovo tablets just appeared in the FCC marked as the A5500 and A7600. Although there aren’t many details about the upcoming devices, at least there’s some information available for the first one. In all, it’s enough to get the first idea of what to expect from Lenovo in the near future, so let’s see what we’ve got.
Starting with the Lenovo A5500, the featured information mentions that the tablet will rock an 8-inches display with the resolution of 1280×800 pixels. Under the hood, the small fella will operate with a decent quad-core MediaTek processor cloaked at 1.3GHz. Furthermore, we can see an 8-megapixel rare camera and the Dolby Digital sound familiar from Lenovo’s Windows tablets that surfaced at CES earlier this month. It seems that the tablet will be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box, but let’s hope this could change before the device launches officially.
The second tablet- Lenovo A7600 appears to wear the same screen size of 8-inches; however the FCC doesn’t feel like sharing more details on the resolution or the other specs. It’s safe to assume that this one would be a slightly more upgraded version of the A5500 with better hardware, but so far this could only be a speculation. In the meantime, both tablets support only Wi-Fi connectivity; however there are still 3G versions for China. This means that such are likely to appear globally at some point.
So far, the best theory points out the two fellas to be the new crew members of the Lenovo IdeaPad series. There’s no word about pricing or availability; however MWC 2014 is right behind the corner, so we’ll stick to that. Stay tuned for more updates.