Say hello to the Lenovo LePad A2107 dual SIM tablet
Just like the platforms smartphones we are now seeing a number of different Android tablets being released to consumers, which cover most budgets and uses and today we can say hello to the Lenovo LePad A2107 dual SIM Android tablet.
While most mobile tech manufacturers are all trying to outdo one another with the thinnest and most powerful devices, but as the Android Authority are reporting Lenovo has just revealed a device with at least one original feature. The LePad A2107 is the company’s latest 7-inch Android tablet, but it is the world’s first such device that has dual SIM support.
The rest of tablet PCs spec sheet may not be exactly ground breaking, but the device could at least be extremely popular over in China. Its other features include a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen with 1024 x 600 resolution, and the new LePad will allow users to use two different mobile broadband networks, without the need of changing SIM cards.
It is hoped that the tablet PC will feature dual standby so users can use both cards at the same time, but the company hasn’t announced anything official on this yet. It is powered by a 1GHz MTK6575 single core processor that will come with 1GB of RAM, and there will also be 16GB of built in storage. Powering the A2107 will be a 3550 mAh battery and there will be a three megapixel camera on the back, and around the front there will be a two megapixel shooter.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich will be on board and there is also a microSD port, and Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity. The device weighs only 400 grams and measures only 11.5mm thick and will go on sale in China from Monday, but Lenovo have yet to reveal pricing for the unit. There is a good chance the A2107 will hit Europe at some point in the future but it’s doubtful it will reach the US.
Do you like the sound of a dual SIM tablet PC?