Lenovo has confirmed it is working on expanding its range of Android-powered devices, starting with the Lenovo IdeaPad A10. There had been some speculation that the IdeaPad A10 had been cancelled, but Lenovo has said "the product has not been canceled, it will be going out to the market."
There aren't many details on the IdeaPad A10, but we should expect a budget-based machine, with a 10-inch touch-capable screen, with a "HD" resolution, a quad-core Rockchip A9 processor at 1.6GHz, up to 32GB of storage, and up to 2GB of RAM.
The Lenovo IdeaPad A10 will also reportedly sport a trackpad for mouse support, a front-facing camera, and an SD card slot. We should also be greeted with USB ports (both normal sized, and microUSB), HDMI, and a 3.5mm jack.
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