Whenever a device arrives at the FCC and more importantly, picks up approval from the governing body, it is more or less a signal that points to the impending release of the device itself without any specific release date being mentioned. Lenovo themselves have had a fair number of tablets released in the past, and this time around, a couple more have received the collective nod of approval from the folks over at the FCC. Not only that, the Lenovo A7600 as well as the Lenovo A5500 have been approved for use in China, too, now how about that? Read on more after the jump to find out just what these two tablets will pack when they arrive.
Firstly, the Lenovo A5500 would come with an 8” IPS display that carries 800 x 1280 pixels, a quad-core 1.3GHz MediaTek processor, Dolby Mobile sound, an 8MP camera at the back, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the mobile operating system of choice.
As for the Lenovo A7600, this model seems to carry a similar screen size as with the A5500, although the higher model number would most probably point to a higher pixel resolution, running on Android as well. Both models that were approved by the FCC happen to be Wi-Fi-only, while the ones which China approved came with 3G cellular connectivity and the ability to make voice calls.