New Lenovo Tab 4 Launched at MWC

Lenovo have launched another new tablet device at this years MWC, the all new Lenovo Tab 4.

The Lenovo Tab 4 follows the way phones have gone over the past 12 months in that there are both ‘Standard’ and ‘Plus’ versions of the devices available both variants coming in in either 8inch or 10inch with differences in hardware.

For the Lenovo Tab 4 Standard, Lenovo have plugged in an octacore Snapdragon 425 chipset to push around the pixels on the 1200 x 800 display. The ‘Standard’ also has 2GB RAM, options for either 16-32GB internal memory, rear 5 megapixel camera and 2 megapixel front.

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If the sound of the Snapdragon 425 doesn’t do it for you then you can opt for the ‘Plus’ variant with a Snapdragon 625 chipset, and 1920 x 1200 IPS displays. The Plus also receives more RAM with customers being able to chose between either a 3GB+16GB model or 4GB+64GB option. Cameras on the ‘Plus’ also get an upgrade with the rear getting an 8 megapixel sensor and the front a 5 megapixel.

Other features for both tablets include USB Type C, fingerprint scanner, dual glass design, stereo speakers, Dolby Atomos and Android 7.0. WIFI and WIFI + LTE will also be available.

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1 Comment

  1. M
    February 27, 2017

    Lenovo is a company that drops support really quickly. I.e. Yoga8 is capable to run Nougat so what when manufacturer left it with KitKat …