Lenovo has released its second mobile device today, first starting with the LePhone S2 and now its older sibling, the LePad S2005. The 5″ phone-tablet features the specs that follow: a low 800×480 resolution on the LTPS display, 1GB of RAM, Qualcomm 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5MP camera with 1080p video capture, and 1,680mAh battery all in a body that’s 9.95mm thick.
While it does feature a HSPA+ radio inside, it has the LePad branding on it (this is what Lenovo markets its tablets under), so in Lenovo’s eyes, it’s a tablet. This isn’t the first tablet-phone we’ve seen, as there was first the Dell Streak and as of recently the Samsung Galaxy Note. Do you like the large screen size? Or is it too big to fit in your pocket?