Lenovo head to TENAA after their completed Motorola acquisition, with a huge screen 7-inch phablet.
Aiming to prove once again that bigger is better (well at least in the eye of China’s smartphone makers), Lenovo have shown up at TENAA with a 7-inch phablet codenamed the Lenovo A7-30TC2.
At a cool 7-inch this device could be the answer to anyone struggling with the option of either buying a low-cost phone or low-cost tablet. The A7-30TC2 will get a 1024 x 600 resolution display, quad-core 1.3Ghz processor, 1GB RAM and a couple of cameras.
The TENAA database mentions GSM support, but 3G is also likely too. Android 4.4.2 Kitkat will come out of the box along with a 3450mAh battery.
With network approval in the bag this 7-incher is ready to hit Chinese stores in the coming weeks.