Just a day ago, Google sold Motorola to Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo. However the software giant has also announced that the patents will remain with them along with the Project Ara.
While Lenovo has been making impressive moves in the smartphone market of late. Starting from last year's flagship smartphone K900 to the latest Vibe X which has been launched in India recently, the company has been trying their best to catch up with the fast moving Samsung and Nokia in the Indian market.
Now without being fretted with its recent Motorola acquisition, it looks like the company is being more and more competitive, as two new tablets have hit the internet world in a form of alleged images.
The tablets were spotted on the Bluetooth SIG and are called by the model number A3500 and A3300. The alleged devices have not received any official confirmation as of now and there are no details pertaining to the pricing and availability of the devices as of now.
However, a Chinese website Mobile-dad, has come up with some of the specifications of the Lenovo A3500. According to the site, the device would come with a 7inch IPS display 800x1280pixels and would be powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. There would also be a 5MP rear camera along with a 2MP front facing shooter. Connectivity options so far known is just limited to 3G.
While the Lenovo A3300 tablet would come with a 7inch display with a resolution of 600×1024 pixels. It would come powered by a 1.3GHz dual-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. There is also a 2MP rear camera and VGA front camera in this model.
Both these tablets will be sharing some of the common specs. Both could come with an unknown version of Android Jelly Bean Operating System.
Moreover, both these tablets would join the league of company's affordable tablets range. Stay tuned to GizBot!