Lenovo introduces IdeaPad S2190, An Android 4.0 powered tablet

Lenovo introduces IdeaPad S2190, An Android 4.0 powered tablet

Lenovo is considered as one of the most elegant laptop companies in the world. In past few years they have launched several Android powered devices, Lenovo ThinkPad and IdeaPad is one of them. Today, Lenovo introduced another Android powered tablet to the world via YouTube, and it’s known as IdeaPad S2109. It was actually leaked few weeks ago where we say it rolling around at the FCC. Have a look on the video:


The tablet comes with Android 4.0, 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 IPS screen, 1.3-megapixel front camera for video calls, microUSB port, micro HDMI port, quad speaker design, and a microSD card slot. There’s no word on what type of processor is included, but it’s said that it will feature a TI OMAP, and that’s something we don’t know. However, let’s wait for confirmation from Lenovo. Supposedly it comes with a 10 hour long battery, now that’s a relief.

Anyone looking forward to Lenovo’s new Android powered tablet? Please tell us what do you think about it in the comment box below.

Source: Cult of Android

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