Three new Android tablets have been announced by Lenovo at the Mobile World Congress, each of which will come with a budget orientated price tag, which could sway potential customers from a possible Nexus 7 purchase.
With three tablets to choose from and sizing from 7-inch to 10.1-inch, Lenovo looks to have a tablet for everyone.
The Lenovo A1000 and A3000 tablets both come with 7-inch 1024 x 600 resolution displays. The A1000 packs a dual-core processor, allows for up to 32GB SD cards and features large front speakers and Dolby Digital Plus audio, while the A3000 boasts a 1.2Ghz quad-core Mediatek chip, up to 64GB of external storage and the option of built in 3G. For those of you who prefer a larger tablet, the Lenovo S6000 has a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 1280x 800 which is powered by the same quad-core chip as the A3000 and also has the option for built in 3G.
Pricing hasn’t been announced just yet but the tablets are set to be launched worldwide with the A1000 being described as priced “Very aggressively.”[ Source ]