Lenovo to be the second company with a Tegra 3 Android tablet by year-end, complete with 2GB of RAM

Lenovo to be the second company with a Tegra 3 Android tablet by year-end, complete with 2GB of RAM
Lenovo is allegedly planning to launch a 10.1" quad-core Android slate of its own before 2011 has passed, and it is to sport some unique features like a fingerprint reader. The reader is located on the back of the device and also serves as an optical joystick.

Moreover, the rumor is that Lenovo has graced its Android Ice Cream Sandwich Tegra 3 slate with the record 2GB of DDR3 RAM, which should further enhance productivity, but might take a toll on battery life, since the memory consumes juice even when on standby.


Another useful feature is the presence of a full-size USB slot, covered with a flap, and we also have a "Specual Fusion-Skin Body", whatever that means. There is seemingly a rear camera as well, but of unknown resolution.

The Lenovo Tegra 3-touting Android ICS-running tablet actually looks pretty classy with this chromed rim surrounding it, and the specs are promising, so we can't wait for further details on price, availability and physical dimensions.

via Engadget

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