Lenovo has confirmed it has no plans to release an Android tablet until Honeycomb debuts, which could mean waiting until Summer 2011 before a slate from the company goes on sale.  CEO Rory Read told PC Mag “I don’t believe ‘Froyo’ is the right base to have a fully functioning pad,” with the company instead waiting for the tablet-centric release Google has promised is in the pipeline.

Meanwhile the company’s LePhone isn’t apparently set for a US debut for another two years, potentially, with Lenovo looking to further grow their smartphone share in China before they consider broader availability.

[via Engadget]


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