Leading off is Lenovo’s budget 7-inch offering, the A1000. The cost-friendly tablet will be equipped with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, with 16GB of onboard storage and expandable microSD storage up to 32GB.
The device will run on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) out of the box, and will offer Dolby Digital Plus sound integration with its two large front facing speakers.
The mid-tier A3000 is a compact tablet. It will offer 7-inch display with 1024 x 600 screen resolution, 1.2GHz quad-core MTK processor, and up to 64GB of expandable memory with its microSD card support.
The tablet will aim to offer strong productivity with portability thanks to its slim form factor with its 11m thick frame and light 340g weight, and the device will even offer optional 3G HSPA+ support.
Finally there is Lenovo’s 10-inch S6000 tablet. This is going to be powered by a MTK 8389/8125 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and will offer a 10.1-inch IPS 1280 x 8000 display with wide 178-degree viewing angles, along with a micro-HDMI port and digital microphone port.
Despite its larger size, the S6000 will still offer an impressive form factor with an 8.6mm thickness and weighting only 540g. Adding to the devices portability is the optional HSPA+ and the device’s long-lasting battery, which according to Lenovo will be able to withstand more than 8 hours of continuous Wi-Fi browsing.
Pricing and Availability
All three of Lenovo’s next Android tablets are expected to be available sometime in the second quarter of 2013. Unfortunately, pricing for these devices has yet to be announced, and Lenovo states that its pricing is subject to variation according to the market, configuration and model.