If you’re craving for a phoneblet (smartphone + tablet hybrid) device and the Samsung Galaxy Note is a little out of your budget, the good news is that Lenovo’s own phoneblet, the LePad S2005 has gone on sale in China, although no word if there are plans for a stateside or international release.
Just like we had reported earlier, the LePad S2005 has headed China’s way first and is going for 2,699 Yuan (~$415), although we’re not sure if those prices will hold if it does make its way into international markets. In terms of hardware, don’t expect to be blown away.
The LePad S2005 will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM under the hood, a 5” 800×480 LTPS touch screen display, 8GB of internal storage, 5MP/1.3MP rear/front-facing camera and will run on Android’s Gingerbread 2.3. Not the most amazing hardware specs you can find, but for $415 it doesn’t seem too bad of a deal. So, any takers?
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