IFA 2013 is in full swing in Berlin right now, in the first day of the event, we’ve seen some awesome products from Sony and Samsung being announced, and today, we’re taking a look at some of Lenovo’s new products. The company have announced new products, covering ultrabooks, smartphones and other accessories, but now we’re taking a look at their new S5000 tablet.

With a name that resembles a Terminator, the new Lenovo S5000 tablet is aiming high, providing top notch features in a slim and good looking body. The slim body owes its stylish look to the laser-etched fabric-feel surface that is on the back of the device, as well as to the chrome accents that can be found on the device.

Technical specs for the Lenovo S5000 Tablet


Beneath the S5000’s sleek outer shell, resides a lot of power. Even though the tablet is only 7.9 mm thick, and weighing in at only 246 grams, the developers have managed to cram lots of powerful components in it. Here’s what to expect from the Lenovo S5000 tablet:

  • Processor: Media Tek 8389 1.2 GHZ Quad Core with optional 3G HSPA+
  • RAM: 1 GB DDR2
  • Display: 7-inch HD 1280×800 IPS screen
  • Front Camera: 1.9 MP HD Camera
  • Rear Camera: 5 MP AF Camera
  • Storage: 16GB eMMC
  • Battery: Embedded 3450mAh Li-Ion Polymer
  • Connectivity: 802.11bgn WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0/4.0, Micro USB port includes OTG “On the Go” connectivity
  • Dimensions: 191 x 116 x 7.9mm
  • Operating System: Android 4.2

Manufacturers say the device will be able to run up to 8 hrs on a single charge, and thanks to the “On the Go” technology, users will be able to expand the device’s memory by adding an external storage device, or, using the OTG connectivity, they can even charge other devices.


 Even though the screen of the device isn’t fullHD, owners will be able to watch HD movies for as long as 6 hrs. Also, the scree has pretty wide viewing angle of 178 degrees.

The device will come pre-loaded with some proprietary apps that Lenovo is calling “Smart Apps”, which is said to include gesture commands and easy sharing of files, as well as fast and reliable backup and recovery of data.

Price and Availability

In terms of price and availability. we could only find out that the device will be available in Q4 2013, so it’s pretty much around the corner. The price was not disclosed for the device, however, from what Lenovo reps stated, it will be cheaper than other tablets in this category.

(The editor travelled to Berlin on the invitation of Lenovo)

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