7-Inch Lenovo IdeaPad Spotted in the Blurry Wild
Lenovo’s been in the groove lately with Android devices, haven’t they? First we got a look at the Honeycomb-equipped ThinkPad, and now this. The guys over at Engadget have gotten their hands on some blurry shots of what looks to be a Lenovo IdeaPad. This doesn’t look to be the IdeaPad K1 that was announced Wednesday, as it has a smaller screen and older Android version under the hood. This IdeaPad is reportedly packing a 7-inch, 1024 x 600 resolution screen, a TI OMAP3621 processor (the same found in the Nook Color), GPS, MicroSD card slot, and 3G connectivity with a SIM slot as well. It’s powered by a 3,700 mAh battery, with rear- and front-facing cameras in tow. As you can see, there are three capacitive buttons, so we’re guessing it won’t be running Honeycomb.
Not much else is known about the device at this point. We’re kept in the dark in terms of a release date or pricing, but we’ll keep you in the loop if we hear anything through the grapevine. So, is anyone else not impressed with Lenovo’s latest Android offering? Disappointed that it’s probably not running Honeycomb? Sound off in the comments below!
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