Two new Lenovo tablets surface in FCC filings
One of the most popular ways to see up and coming devices is from FCC filings. This time it’s from Lenovo, showing off two new Android tablets.
The A7600 and A5500 made their way through the FCC the other day. With the pictures, came a few details on the A5500. This one sports a 8-inch desplay, with 800×1280 pixels. Also noted are the Dolby Mobile sound, a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek processor, and an 8MP rear-facing camera. It’s also rumored to launch with 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The tablets have also been approved in China, with 3G connectivity and the ability to make voice calls.
Unfortunately, these are the only details we have on the seemingly mid-range tablets thus far. If you’re interested in keeping up on these devices, check back for more information when it surfaces!
Source: Phone Arena
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