New Budget Lenovo Android Tablets

Lenovo Announces A Number of New Budget Android Tablets

Android tablets may not be the best run of late, but they are not dead yet-at least, Lenovo has nothing to say about it, with the company announcing no less than five new Android tablets to change last year’s lineup.

The new models are divided into three groups: the budget E series, which comes in seven-, eight-, and 10-inch models, the midrange M10, and the more premium P10


Lenovo Tab P10
Image | Lenovo Tab P10

LENOVO TAB P10

1920 x 1080, 10.1-inch display

Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor (Octa-Core, 1.8 GHz)

Up to 4GB of RAM

Up to 32GB of storage

8MP rear, 5MP front-facing camera

Four speakers, fingerprint sensor

Android Oreo


Lenovo Tab M10
Image | Lenovo Tab M10

LENOVO TAB M10

1920 x 1080, 10.1-inch display

Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor (Octa-Core, 1.8 GHz)

Up to 3GB of RAM

Up to 32GB of storage

5MP rear, 2MP front-facing camera

Two speakers

Android Oreo


Lenovo Tab E10
Image | Lenovo Tab E10

LENOVO TAB E10

1280 x 800, 10.1-inch display

Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor

Up to 2GB of RAM

Up to 16GB of storage

Two speakers

Android Oreo (Go Edition)


Lenovo Tab E7
Image | Lenovo Tab E7

LENOVO TAB E7

1024 x 600, seven-inch display

MediaTek MT8167 or MediaTek MT8321 (for Wi-Fi and 3G models, respectively)

Up to 1GB of RAM

Up to 16GB of storage

Android Oreo (Go Edition)


As you can see, none of these tablets are absolutely lining up to blow someone’s mind with wildly powerful specs, but they’re all more designed as family appliances, not productivity powerhouses. Fortunately, prices also reflect.

Lenovo Tab E7 is the cheapest, which starts at $ 69.99 when it is released in October specifically on walmart.com. The tab E8 is the cheapest at $ 99.99, which is now available on Walmart, while Tab E10 will cost $ 129.99 when it launches in October.

For more powerful tabs M10 and Tab P10, Lenovo has not yet provided any release date or pricing information, but promises a preorder available later in the winter.

 

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