Samsung Galaxy Note Has Its Rival Tablet Phone: Lenovo LePad S2005
Samsung Galaxy Note may have started a new trend by releasing a smartphone with a screen of tablet computer, but now Chinese have their own tabletphone in the form of LePad S2005.
The Lenovo LePad is the first tablet from the Chinese electronic giant that which also allows users to make phone calls. It was only last week that Lenovo’s upcoming tablet phone made headlines, and now Engadget has the device in hand to publish its pictures along with the specs.
On the processing side, the LePad S2005 is powered by a Qualcomm dual-core 1.2GHz chip, and huge 1GB RAM to handle all your high end Android games and apps. If you are looking for a good camera onboard then a five megapixel camera on the rear with 1080p recording capability will hopefully satisfy your demands.
There is a standart 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera to give a lively video chatting sessions and a powerful 1,680mAh battery to make the tablet a full-day entertainment hub.
LePad S2005 is sporting a micro-USB port, micro-HDMI port and HSPA+ radio to make you forget your iPad or Galaxy tab. One of the best parts is that the whole thing is packaged inside a body only 9.95mm-thick, and weighing a total of 198g.
However, the company has not yet announced anything about the LePad S2005 price, but will be revealed once the device hit the stores within next two days. Keep yourself updated with more on Lenovo LePad S2005 by visiting our blog site.