Lenovo announced 3 new 10.1-inch Android Oreo tablets today, with the Lenovo Tab P10 being the one with the highest specs of the three. Lenovo says it will start taking orders for the Lenovo Tab M10 during winter, without specifying a launch date:
The tablet is a new version of the Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus, and features 4 speakers. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, with up to 4GB of RAM (depending on region), up to 64GB storage, and microSD card support up to 256GB.
The 10.1inch screen has Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1200, but with 400 nits brightness it is no iPad Pro. The battery size is rated at 7000 mAh, good for a 15 hour battery life, which has been the case with the predecessor as well.
With the 450 CPU comes 4G LTE as well, and of course dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, and GLONASS. Connectivity is also there in form of a USB 2.0 Type-C port and pogo pin connectivity. Cameras are 5MP on the font of the tablet, and 8MP on the back.
You can use your fingers in various ways on this tablet, one of which is to log in through the fingerprint reader.
Lenovo Tab P10 color options are either black or white, and there’s the same kind of kid’s bumper case available as an accessory for it, also similar to that of the predecessor.
With a weight of just 440 grams, the Lenovo Tab P10 is very light, and with a thickness of 7mm, it’s thin too.
We’ll update once Lenovo announce the price or launch date. The predecessor Lenovo Tab 4 Plus 10 was launched for $399 with 4GB RAM though, even if it’s cheaper nowadays.
– Tom Bowen