Medion announces LifeTab P9514 tablet, mysterious Android smartphone at IFA

Medion had a pretty eventful weekend this year at the IFA in Berlin where the German PC maker unveiled a new tablet and smartphone Android Gingerbread rather obtuse. Known as the Lifetab P9514, 32GB of business, 1.6 pounds of slate is powered by a 1GHz processor NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 3.2 and works Honeycomb has a capacitive multitouch screen with resolution 1280 x 800. The device also supports quad-band 3G and WiFi connections, and the usual basics HDMI, microUSB, and microSD ports. Medion new phone, meanwhile, remains decidedly mysterious. At this point, we know that the phone rocks a 4.3-inch five-megapixel shooter and comes pre-loaded with the manufacturer’s GoPal SatNav app, but the details remain obscure. Both aircraft are scheduled for delivery in Europe in Q4 of this year at prices not confirmed, but rumor has it that the last LifeTab € 399 (about $ 564). No word yet on if we can expect to see these products hit the U.S. anytime soon, but you can catch a glimpse of the newly released smartphone after the break.




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