Lenovo launches an affordable 10.1-inch tablet with Snapdragon 625

Written by Uzair Khalid ·  1 min read >

We know that tablets are obsolete, only a few companies make them and for some reason, Lenovo and Motorola have started making tablets again. Lenovo is targeting the budget range market with its new tablets. Recently, it launched a dirt cheap Lenovo Tab 7 Essential which has all the “essential” specifications with a price tag of just $80.

Today, Lenovo launches another tablet called the Moto Tab and it is targetted towards low to mid-range market. The new tablet has a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 which is enough for a mid-range tablet. Set aside Apple’s iPad tablets, most Android tablets have the resolution in the same range. It runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box and we hope that it will be upgraded to Android Oreo. But Lenovo has a very poor track record of delivering updates to their devices.

Moto Tab

The internal storage is 32 GB which can be expanded by a Micro SD card. The RAM is 2 GB which is enough for light to heavy multitasking. The tablet comes with a Snapdragon 625 chipset with Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU and Adreno 506 GPU. The chipset also offers LTE connectivity and a solid battery life. Talking about the battery life, the new tablet packs a 7,000 mAh battery which will easily last for a day on a single charge.

Moto Tab

The Moto Tab comes with a dual front-facing speaker with DOLBY Atmos sound for an excellent listening experience. It also comes with multi-account support so that your whole family can use it without any privacy issues. All profiles can be accessed separately by using the fingerprint sensor which is embedded in the home button on the front.

The tablet also features a USB-C port which can be used to charge the tablet and charge other phones using it. The tablet costs $300 and it is currently available in the USA only. Let’s see if it makes its way to Pakistan or not.

Written by Uzair Khalid
Uzair has been very tech savvy since his childhood. He's a passionate writer for all things related to technology and a Computer Science graduate. Profile