Lenovo 5, 7, & 10″ Tablets a.k.a. “LePad” in China

Lenovo is releasing a 5, 7 and 10 inch LePad Android tablets in China and they are weirdly named as the Lenovo LePad. It will be known as the IdeaPad in other countries, which are follow-ups to the current IdeaPad K1.

The LePad s2005 is a 5 inch device that resembles a lot like a smartphone. The big difference between this device and and other 5 inchers is that it can make phone calls. The closest device that can compare it to is the Samsung Galaxy Note.


This device comes with 800×600 pixel display and runs with Android 2.3.5. It is powered by 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual processor, 1GB RAM and 1680mAh battery. There is a front-facing camera at 1.3 MP, 5MP rear-facing camera as well as a micro-USB, micro-HDMI, micro-SD card ports and 4G HSPA+ radio,

This 7-inch tablet is powered with 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processor, a gig of RAM, 1280×800 pixel IPS display and Android 3.2.


The tablet sports 1.3 front-facing camera, and has higher resolution 8MP rear camera. The tablet should last around 8 hours with 3790mAh battery. This device can’t make phone calls but China Unicom offers a 3G model.

10 inches is as large as this line up of tablet goes and at 10 inches it will come in at 1280 x 800 pixel display will run for 11 hours with a rather large 7560mAh battery. Other than that, the specs are the same as the other two tablets and it will be running Android 3.2.



Sources:   CNet, Engadget







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Written by: Björn A.