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Medion brings Android tablet, smartphone to IFA

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Tue September 6, 2011

Medion shows freshened up Android devices at IFA

Medion, which was acquired by Lenovo earlier this year, showed off two new Android devices at the IFA show in Berlin. The tablet is called the Lifetab P9514 and sports a 10-inch touchscreen along with the common 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 on most tablets. It runs on Android 3.2 from the start and will come only in either 16GB or 32GB capacities.

However much storage is onboard, the tablet will ship with Documents to Go for editing. Connections include HDMI and USB ports along with, for networking, Wi-Fi and an HSPA 3G radio. DLNA support is also present, making it easier to share multimedia with other screens. The only other known spec at this time is that the device tips the scales at a slightly heavy 720 grams.

The smartphone isn't yet named, but will run on Android 2.3 and focus on navigation. Its 4.3-inch touchscreen and Medion's GoPal app will be instrumental in this mission. The only other spec revealed is a five-megapixel camera.

The two gadgets are due to ship this fall, though exactly in which markets and for how much hasn't been revealed. [via Pocket-Lint]






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