Lenovo has quietly launched three new Android tablet with all aimed at the budget segment. However, the devices could be seen making waves given the specifications they pack in and the price they come for. All the three tablet versions, Lenovo A10000, A30000 and A60000 are based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and offer Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled.
The cheapest of the lot is the A10000 which offers a 1024 × 600 pixel 7 inch display and is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual core MediaTek MT8317 chip mated to a 1 GB of RAM. Onboard storage amounts to 16 GB while there also is a micro SD card slot to allow for more. The tablet also comes with a dolby digital enabled front mounted speakers. All for an affordable price tag of $150.
Next up is the A3000 which for the mid-range device, priced as it is at $180. For that amount, what you get is a device that is almost identical with the A10000, except that the processing capability has been beefed up further by a 1.2 GHz quad core MT8125 chip. Plus there are also front 0.3 mp and rear 5 mp mounted cameras with the A30000.
The top of the range here is the A60000 that is not only the costliest of the lot but also the biggest with a 1280 × 800 pixels 10.1 inch display. However, the A60000 tablet shares the same processor as the A30000, which being the quad core MT8125 chip rated at 1.2 Ghz. However, since the chip is based on four Cortex-A7 cores, which means it will be futile to expect the A60000 deliver top notch performance. The rest of the spec details for the A60000 comprise of a 1 GB RAM along with 16 GB of memory, the latter being expandable up to 64 GB via a MicroSD card. The A60000 is priced at $280.