Just yesterday night we reported that Lenovo is planning to launch three new Android smartphones in India, and now the Indian arm of this Chinese manufacturer has announced an Android tablet ‘IdeaTab A2107 3G’ in the country. Priced at INR 14,000, the tablet hardly presents anything exciting. In addition, the tablet might have been announced today, but has been already available in the country since December 2012.
Talking about the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107, there is a blend combination of 1GHz processor, Android 4.0 (not even Jelly Bean), 7-inch 1024x600p display, 1GB RAM and 3G connectivity.
Indian market is filled with much cheaper and better specced tablets and still Lenovo has come out with such a mediocre offering with a comparatively steep price-tag.
The company has hardly been able to make any breakthrough in the tablet and smartphone markets in the country. The recently launched smartphones are decently priced, but are yet to be released in entire country.
A company that only operates its smartphone and tablet businesses in select countries; we would expect it to have a better understanding of the market.
Coming back to Lenovo IdeaTab A2107, it also comes with front and rear cameras, microSD card slot and the usual connectivity options.