The new tablet from Lenovo is tempting with its low price and LTE connection

Yesterday, Lenovo introduced the successor to the inexpensive tablet Lenovo Tab M8 (3rd Gen) with the designation Lenovo Tab M8 (4rd Gen), which maintains compact dimensions and offers several improvements. So let’s take a look at the specifications together.

The fourth generation of the Lenovo Tab M8 tablet has 8-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The chipset takes care of the performance MediaTek Helio A22 in combination with 3 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 32 GB of storage, which, fortunately, can be expanded thanks to the microSD slot. There is a single 5MP rear camera on the back and a 2MP selfie camera for video calls.

The system is then Android 12, with the company promising at least three years of security updates. However, the company did not mention the main ones, so it is possible that it will not receive a single tablet. Stamina was taken care of 5100mAh battery. Lenovo claims that it will last up to 16 hours on a single charge and will please youé SIM card slot, as the tablet supports LTE connection. There is also a pair of speakers and an audio jack. At the moment, it is sold in Japan at a price of 23,800 JPY (about 4,000 crowns) in the case of the Wi-Fi version. If you’re interested in LTE, you’ll pay an extra five hundred. It can be expected to reach Europe within a few weeks.

Would you buy a tablet from Lenovo?

Source: gizmochina.com


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