From Lenovo comes a new Google Nexus 7 rival, the S5000. Unveiled at IFA 2013 in Berlin, the compact 7inch tablet measures just 7.9mm and is also quite light tipping the scales at 246 grammes.
Running Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), the S5000 packs in a Quad-Core processor, optional 3G HSPA+ connectivity and has a battery capable of up to eight hours of non-stop WiFi web browsing or six hours of HD video viewing – so people can catch-up on the latest music, movies and news from the palm of their hands.
The tablet also comes preloaded with custom apps that allow people to share photos, videos, and documents, protect their device from malicious software, as well as backup and restore important data. The S5000 will be available to buy in 4Q of 2013, priced from £179.99.
For capturing and sharing photos and videos on the move, the S5000 has a 5MP rear-facing camera and boasts sharp, high definition video capturing capability, while the front-facing camera allows for Skype video chats with friends and family.
Also joining the PC+ portfolio today is the Vibe X smartphone sporting front and rear cameras and a high resolution beveled edge glass display. The Vibe X will be available in China from October, and in countries where Lenovo smartphones are sold from the beginning of December.