by Pathik Shah | Tuesday, 29th Nov 2011 Lenovo unveiled two new Android tablets at an event in China today. The LePad S2007 and the LePad S2010 run Android 3.1 Honeycomb, and will likely get an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich eventually. The LePad S2007 comes with a 7 inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, while the LePad S2010 comes with a 10.1 inch display with the same resolution. Both these tablets are powered by a 1.5 GHz dual core Qualcomm processor, and 1 GB of RAM. They offer dual mode 3G connectivity (EVDO & WCDMA), so they will work with both, China Telecom and China Unicom. Both also come with an 8 MP primary camera and a 1.3 MP secondary camera. The LePad S2007 comes with a 3780 mAh battery, and weighs 360 gms, while the LePad S2010 comes with a mammoth 7560 mAh battery, and weighs 670 gms. Both devices will be available in China next month, along with the 5 inch Lenovo LePad S2005, which was also unveiled today. Here’s an image of the trio – LePad S2005, LePad S2007 & LePad S2010 – posing together. Everyone seems to be focusing on the largest smartphone market in the world – China – these days. Hopefully, we will also see Lenovo launch variants of these devices globally.