Back in October, Motorola announced the Moto Tab G20 in multiple markets. Now, it seems that the company is gearing up to launch another G-series tablet in the Indian market.
This tablet, likely to feature the Moto Tab G70 moniker seems set to be a premium device in contrast to the Motorola Moto Tab G20, packing in multiple improvements over the latter.
Moto Tab G70 Spotted on BIS Certification Site, Launch Imminent!
Whilst no official announcement or tip has been seen in relation to the tablet, it seems that there have been certain spotting on the internet, mostly on certification sites.
Today, it seems that the Motorola Moto Tab G70 has received approval from the BIS or Bureau of Indian Standards, hinting at an imminent release.
This comes to us via Tipster Yash (@i_hsay) who has seen the Moto Tab G70 LTE on the BIS certification website. The Moto Tab G20 for those curious is a rebrand of a Lenovo tablet, so it is likely that the Moto Tab G70 LTE will also follow the same path.
For those curious, the Moto Tab G20 packs an 8-inch IPS LCD screen with an HD+ resolution of 1,280 x 80 resolution. The display comes with just a 60 Hz refresh rate, which is pretty much standard for budget and mid-range tablets.
Interestingly, the tablet offers TDDI technology which offers better touch performance and reliability. It has 350 nits of brightness, so taking it to use under direct sunlight may not be a good idea.
Tab G20 Specifications
Under the hood, the Moto Tab G20 has an Helio P22T octa-core chipset aided with IMG GE8320 650 GPU. It is paired with 3 GB of RAM and has 32 GB of Internal Storage.
It has a slot for microSD cards for further memory expansion, as 32 GB isn’t much these days. The device runs Android 11 straight out of the box, but we are curious to see if Motorola is offering anything on top of particular apps to enhance the experience.
The Moto Tab G20 camera department is very modest. The device has a single rear camera 5 MP and a 2 MP front-facing camera. On the connectivity side, the tablet has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type C, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The package draws powers from a 5,000 mAh battery that has 10W charging support. The tablet has a front-mounted speaker which has Dolby Audio support.
Dimensions-wise the Tab G20 measures 199.1 × 121.8 × 8.15mm and weighs 305 grams. For those unaware, the new slate is a rebranded Lenovo Tab (3rd gen) which was revealed by Lenovo globally earlier this year.
This is the second Lenovo tablet to get a Moto makeup in India this year. Earlier this month, the company unveiled the Moto Tab 8 as a rebranded Lenovo Tab M1 (FHD).