Lenovo A2107 7 inch Android tablet with 3G


Lenovo have introduced yet another low-cost Android tablet to their every growing Android family. The new Lenovo A2107 joins the rest of the low-cost 7 inch Lenovo tablets and boasts some great features such as built-in 3G.

The Lenovo A2107 7-inch 3G tablet looks like pretty much all similar 7 inch tablets, meaning you get a largish bezel around the screen to avoid accidentally opening apps and such while in use, and comes in the standard tablet colour, black.

Specification wise Lenovo have made the A2107 to be as cheap as possible while offering the maximum number of connectivity options viable so as standard there is wi-fi, 3G, Bluetooth etc.

lenovo a2107 3g android tablet

Other nice touches are the front facing camera for video calls, lightweight 400g body and slim 11.5mm thickness.

Don’t expect the A2107 to blow you away in the performance stakes though as this little tablet gets a single-core MT6575 1Ghz CPU with 1GB RAM, which is fine for most things but will likely struggle with some games.

The Lenovo A2107 is on sale soon and will cost 1299 Yuan in China which is about $204.

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6 Comments

  1. Luca
    November 6, 2012

    sorry if the question sounds silly, but can you make phone calls with this tablet?

    I mean, can you also use it as a very large mobile phone?

    thanks.

    • November 6, 2012

      I don’t remember if it has a ‘phone’ app however you can install Skype or similar and use that to make calls.

      • Luca
        November 6, 2012

        thanks. unfortunately in my country Skype won’t do because its tariffs to call mobile phones are three times more expensive than conventional mobile operator’s ones.

        • Bob
          November 9, 2012

          Tablet has GSM/3g option to call or process data like big cell phone .

          • wilfriedmobiel
            December 6, 2012

            Yes, I have seen a movie at Youtube which demonstrates a phone app making a voice phone call.

            The question is, Why isn’t it included in our A2107 and the next question is, Where can we get it?

            See the movie at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9QzHYQB0ZI&feature​=player_detailpage

            • nare
              August 17, 2013

              But the video is not there in YouTube