Hot on the heels of Samsung’s announcement of its Galaxy Tab 4 slates, Lenovo has revealed its own four new tablets to add to its A-Series range of Android tablets. The new Lenovo A7-30, A7-50, A8-50, A10-70 tablets are geared for music and multimedia entertainment.
Largest of the bunch is the Lenovo A10-70, which (as the name implies) is a 10-inch tablet with a wide-view HD display. Battery capacity is 6340mAh, which is claimed to last all day long on smooth video playback. Lenovo also calls this device its “Mobile Home Theater System,” boasting dual front speakers powered by Dolby and a responsive quad-core processor. Available in either Wi-Fi only or Wi-Fi with 3G versions, the Lenovo A10-70 comes with a 5MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, and Bluetooth 4.0.
Next in line is the 8-inch Lenovo A8-50. Its main characteristic is perhaps its array of colorful options (featured on top of this article) to match the user’s style and persona. Despite having a smaller 1280-by-800 IPS display, the Lenovo A8-50 still boasts the same Dolby audio experience and a quad-core processor. Overall, this might not be on par with the aforementioned 10-inch tablet but Lenovo nevertheless calls the A8-50 as a home entertainment center while on the go.
Lenovo also launched two other devices but are headed for the 7-inch tablet segment. Of the two, the Lenovo A7-50 comes equipped with better specs. As a “Crystal Clear Multimedia Reader,” it features a wide-view HD display, 2-megapixel front and rear shooters, quad-core processor, and optional 3G connectivity. A close equivalent to this tablet is the Lenovo A7-40, which will come in Ebony color, with 8GB internal storage and only a front-facing camera.
For the most basic option, there’s the Lenovo A7-30. It’s still powered by a quad-core processor and dual Dolby front speakers so it can live up to being a “Pocket Studio” for entertainment. But as its designation suggests, the Lenovo A7-30 comes with features and hardware that’s lesser than that of the A7-50 (e.g., lower screen resolution). Voice calling is supported, though, so that’s something to think about.
Local pricing for the devices are not yet disclosed, while the slated schedule for global release is sometime in Q2 2014. Meanwhile, you might also be interested in the Yoga Tablet 10 HD+, which is expected to release this month.
[Source: Lenovo via AndroidCentral]