Lenovo has unveiled a trio of new mobile tablet devices this morning in Beijing, adding the LePad S2005, S2007 and S2010 to its lineup.
While the tablets are likely to be branded under the IdeaTab moniker outside of China, it appears the model numbers will remain the same.
The smallest of the group is the S2005, measuring in at 5 inches. Like the Dell Streak, the Lenovo S2005 will straddle the line between tablet and phone, entering a market space that has recently seen such products as the Samsung Galaxy Note. Running a skinned version of Android 2.3.5, the S2005 will offer an 800 x 480 LTPS display, along with a 178-degree viewing angle, touts Lenovo. The device will pack a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Said to feature dual cameras, the S2005 will sport a 5MP rear shooter, as well as a 1.3MP front webcam. Equipped with an HDMI out, the device will offer expandable storage space, though there’s no word yet on how much will be included in the device. The Lenovo S2005 will also feature a 1650mAh battery and Wi-Fi connectivity.
As for the S2007 and S2010, both tablets will be almost identical, sans their measurements. Lenovo’s two latest tablets will both run Android 3.2 Honeycomb, pack 1.5GHz dual-core processors and 1GB of RAM. The tablets will both feature an 8MP rear camera, along with a 1.3MP front shooter. Though both carry 1280 x 800 IPS displays with a 1500:1 contrast ratio, the 7-inch S2007 will most likely provide a higher pixel density over the 10-inch S2010. While each tablet will support Wi-Fi connectivity, the S2007 will feature a 3780mAh battery and the S2010 will ship with a 7560mAh unit.
Lenovo has yet to announce price or availability for its S series of LePads, though some reports suggest that the S2005 could be available in the upcoming days. Yet, with no confirmation of the IdeaTab brand, we could be waiting a while for an international release.