Lenovo A3300 and A3500 budget Android tablets spotted at Bluetooth SIG

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Lenovo, after its announced acquisition of Google's Motorola Mobility handset division for $2.91 billion, seems all set to bring two new budget tablets in the near future, if reports of devices passing through Bluetooth SIG certifications are accurate.

The two rumoured Lenovo tablets, thought to be called A3500 and A3300, have reportedly passed their Bluetooth SIG certifications, also bringing with them some expected specifications and images in a separate leak via Mobile Dad.

Specifications gleaned for the yet-to-be-announced Lenovo A3500 tablet include a 7-inch screen with 800 x 1280 pixel display, 3G connectivity, 1GB of RAM, 5-megapixel primary camera, 2-megapixel front-facing shooter, and a quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The rumoured A3500's and A3300's Bluetooth Certification file can be viewed here and here.

The Lenovo A3300 tablet comes with lower specifications than the A3500. While the screen size is not known, it comes with a 600 x 1024 pixel resolution along with 1GB of RAM, 2-megapixel primary and VGA front-facing camera along with a dual-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz. The tablet also misses 3G connectivity. While Android has not been confirmed as the operating system on the two tablets, we can assume this based on the specifications and past history of the manufacturer

The firm is also rumoured to be working on two other tablets, dubbed A7600 and A5500. Based on the model numbers, both tablets will probably have better specifications over A3500 and A3300, and feature 8-inch display. However, the details are still unknown and unofficial; nothing can be taken as a concrete information.

Lenovo has come into news after it stated that it will be buying out Google's recently-acquired Motorola Mobility. It is Lenovo's second major deal on U.S. soil in a week as the Chinese electronics company angles to get a foothold in major global computing markets. Lenovo last week said it would buy IBM's low-end server business for $2.3 billion. Both deals are still awaiting regulatory approvals.

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