News by Todd Haselton on Wednesday October 20, 2010.
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Speaking to journalists in Lenovo headquarters, Lenovo's president and COO Rory Read discussed Lenovo's intentions to create a tablet based on the upcoming tablet-friendly Android Honeycomb operating system. Read cautioned that the tablet release would only occur after Google's Honeycomb version of Android is released, which means that any delays in the OS could delay a potential tablet.
If released on time, Lenovo could announce a tablet by next summer, PC Magazine is reporting.
Read made the comments while discussing Lenovo's smartphone plans. He said Lenovo will continue to push its Le Phone Android device in China before possibly bringing an Android phone to the United States.
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