We’ve seen tablets with sliding keyboards, convertible tablets, even All in One PCs that are actually tablets, but strangely enough dual SIM slates have been missing so far. Lenovo just introduced what they call the world’s first dual SIM tablet, the LePad A2107, according to GSMinsider.
The LePad A2107 is a 7 inch Android tablet with dual SIM support and some pretty unimpressive specs, if you ask me. The device supports a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and allows its user to rely on two different mobile broadband networks, without having to switch SIM cards. I’m certainly hoping that this device comes with dual standby, if possible. As far as specs go, inside there’s an underwhelming single core 1 GHz MTK6575 processor, plus 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 3,550 mAh battery.
At the back there’s a 3 megapixel camera, while upfront there’s a 2MP shooter and other features include a microSD card slot, WiFi and 3G connectivity. The tablet runs Android 4.0 ICS and I’m curios if the OS will be customized or not. Anyway, know that the Lenovo LePad A2107 weighs 400 grams and measures 11.5 mm in thickness. The A2107 will start selling in China on June 18, just 3 days away from now. No price was made official just yet.