Lenovo lets out a teaser image of a tablet just before MWC
It looks like Lenovo is keeping everyone in the dark and this is its way of creating more curiosity before the MWC. The secret has been kept safe for the mobile show week and we just have a few more hours to wait before it comes out in the light. But Lenovo has kept it going with a little teasing. It has posted an image of a tablet but the photo reveals very little and nothing can be said about the device with this teaser image. All we can make out from this is the large frame of the tablet and somewhat larger looking bezels and a front camera.
The shadow on the screen in the image has led to a lot of speculations and people are wondering what the shadow means and probably Lenovo had some secret intention behind revealing the front camera and the shadowy person on screen at the same time. There can be a possibility that the camera has the ability to recognize people. The good thing is that we don’t have to wait for long. All answers will answered and all secrets will be unveiled tomorrow.
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