Lenovo Tab A-series debuts with four Android tablets, prices starting at £100

Lenovo, which recently acquired Motorola from Google, has announced a new A-series under its Lenovo Tab range of Android-powered tablets. There are four tablets in all, ranging in different sizes and with varied specs.

The first tablet, called the Lenovo Tab A7-30, is a 7-inch device with a quad-core processor, SIM card support, and Dolby-enhanced dual-front speakers. The second tablet, called the Lenovo Tab A7-50, is another 7-inch device, and it has a wide-view HD display, quad-core processor, 2MP front-facing camera, optional 3G connectivity, 8GB capacity, and Ebony colour.

The third tablet is the 8-inch Lenovo Tab A8, and it comes in a range of colour options with an HD display and Dolby audio. As for the fourth and final tablet, it's called the Lenovo Tab A10. Featuring a 10.1-inch wide HD display and Dolby enhanced dual front speakers, this tablet also has a responsive quad-core processor.

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Lenovo's new A-series of Android tablets will launch worldwide in Q2 2014. There's no word pricing for the A7-30, but Lenovo said the A7-50 tablet will cost £99.99 when it lands. Prices for the A8 start from £139.99, while the A10 tablet will start from £169.99.

We've contacted Lenovo to find out extra details on tech specs and which version of Android these tablets run. We will update when more information is known.



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