It is not the first time it is presented a hybrid tablet-smartphone in the mobile market and this time it is Lenovo to present such a device: it is called LePad S2005, a hybrid that will be launched initially in the Chinese market, and will be equipped with excellent technical characteristics.
LePad is equipped with a 5-inch capacitive screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, a little lower than today’s standards, especially if put in relation with the width of the display, the processor is a Qualcomm dual-core 1.2 GHz, with 1 GB of RAM while the OS is Android version 2.3.5 (not yet known whether it will be upgrade able to Ice Cream Sandwich or not). The thickness of the Lenovo LePad S2005 is 9.95 mm and the weight comes to just under 200 grams. As for the camera, there is a sensor for the main 5-megapixel, which also includes auto focus, digital zoom and video recording in HD at 1080p, while there is also a front camera 1.3 megapixel, which allows you to enjoy video calls.
The device supports HSPA+ network, the HDMI and USB connectivity and is not leaked news about the WiFi connectivity. The battery is 1680 mAh. The device will be sold in China through China Unicom operator, at a price yet to be defined and difficult to come soon on Western markets.