Lenovo TB3-850M Android tablet hits TENAA
Lenovo's upcoming TB3-850M tablet has just been spotted at TENAA. Although some of its specs are still unknown, the images posted on the website of the Chinese certification authority reveal a slate with a rather unusual design that can also be used as a phone.
Lenovo TB3-850M features a quad-core processor clocked at 1 GHz, next to 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. Its connectivity capabilities include GSM support, TD-LTE, FDD-LTE, as well as WCDMA. The cameras are both very modest - a 2 MP front unit for selfies and a 5 MP main image snapper on the back. This Lenovo tablet weighs almost 0.77 pounds and is rather thick, measuring 0.36 inches.
Unfortunately, there is no information about the pricing or release date of this slate, but we will probably see it joining the low-end area of the market soon. Considering the fact that it comes with GSM support, it will surely pop up in the portfolio of various carriers as a free (or very low priced) slate that comes with a new subscription.