Over the last few years, tablets have lost their popularity. Apart from the form factor, we can do pretty much everything a tablet does on our smartphones. It’s true that there are still many who cherish having tablets.
Lenovo has decided to foray into the sinking market again. With two new tablets, the company has announced they are not going to give up. In the outburst of value for money Chinese devices, they almost disappeared into oblivion.
Lenovo Tab M8 and Tab M7 Tablets Launched
Tablets have become niche-specific now. People who need large screens at the cost of promising features still pick them up. Maybe that’s what Lenovo aims at. After all, we know how their smartphones turned out to be.
It looks apparent, doesn’t it? The Tab M8 is the premium variant of the two. Featuring an 8 inch HD and full HD display resolution options, it runs on Android Pie. The maximum brightness level stays the same for both the versions- 350 nits. As for the innards, Tab M8 packs in a MediaTek Helio A22 octa-core chipset clocked at 2 GHz.
A 3 GB and a 4 GB models are available. Based on the usage, you can pick one. The same is the case with the internal storage too- 16 GB and 32 GB. The memory expansion hasn’t become clear as of now.
In addition, it houses a 5 MP rear camera and a 2 MP selfie shooter. The battery measures 5000 mAh in capacity and promises to deliver up to 18 hours of web surfing and 12 hours of video playback. Not to mention, Tab M8 features almost all the connectivity options.
The HD variant of the tablet bears a price tag of EUR 139 (roughly Rs. 11,000) whereas the full HD one is priced at EUR 159 (roughly Rs. 12,600).
When it comes to Tab M7, the features are a bit on the lower front as compared to Tab M8. It features a smaller 7-inch display with 650x 1024 pixels resolution. The RAM is limited up to 2 GB (1 GB version is also available).
Connectivity-wise, there are two versions- one with WiFi and the second with LTE. The former has MediaTek MT8321 whereas the latter includes MT8765B processor, both clocked at 1.3 GHz.
Moreover, the cameras measure 2 MP on both front and back. The battery capacity has been lowered to 3500 mAh, which the company claims, is capable of offering up to 10 hours of web browsing and 10 hours of video playback. It runs on Android Pie Go edition.
Above all, the price starts from EUR 139 (roughly Rs. 11,000) for Tab M7. And, both will hit the market in October.