China based World's largest PC making company Lenovo, hints for an Android tablet later this year. According to the source, the company is prepping for an 10.1 inch tablet running Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Also, the device is expected with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 Quad core processor. Last month, the company introduced a couple of Android tablets to the market which are conventional. The company is not going to stop with the three or four models. Once again, they're ready to test their fate with this highly sophisticated model.
The new Lenovo Android tablet is expected to carry NVIDIA's Tegra 3 T33 Quad-core processor with 1600 Mhz clock speed and 2GB DDR3 RAM. The device comes packed with USB host covered by a pop-out flap and back-facing camera with LED flash. The tablet comes in a slim design with Special Fusion-Skin Body and steel finished buttons. For the first time, the tablet comes with a fingerprint scanner which we usually notice in highly secured laptops. This tablet is notably lighter than IdeaPad K1 series. Soon, we shall hear an official confirmation from Lenovo with detailed specs.
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