Lenovo has had an important day today, announcing three new interesting products: the LePad S2005 tabletphone and the S2007 and S2010 tablets. The latter will come to China in December and they’ll be packing dual core 1.5GHz processors, 1GB of RAM and 7, 10 inch displays respectively.
What interests me the most is the LePad S2005, a supposed Galaxy Note rival, due to the 5 inch screen diagonal, with a pretty poor 800 x 480 pixel resolution. This model is the same type of hybrid as the Galaxy Note or the Dell Streak and it runs Android 2.3.5, relying on a 1.2GHz dual core processor, with 1GB of RAM, a HDMI port, a 5MP camera and a 1.3MP one upfront.
The whole thing measures 9.95mm in thickness, weighs 198 grams and it will get the IdeaTab branding outside of China. As far as the other tablets go, the 10 incher S2010 weighs 670 grams and measures 9.9mmm in waistline, while the 7 incher S2007 weighs 360 grams and measures 9.7mm around the waist. In the meantime, I’d like to remind you that Lenovo is apparently working on a Tegra 3 tablet as well, the IdeaTab K2, that was leaked earlier this month.