LENOVO MOTO TAB

Lenovo bought Motorola Mobility in 2014, since then the tech-giant have produced Moto phone and still retains the trademark. Back in May, brand new Motorola tablet (featuring a Productivity Mode) could be released soon. The tablet is called Lenovo* Moto Tab, and will be available in the US via AT&T. Lenovo Moto Tab hasn’t been officially announced yet, AT&T published a promo video  showcasing some of its features. The second largest US mobile carrier presents the device as a “family tablet designed for entertainment,” as it’s got a 10.1-inch Full HD screen, plus dual speakers with Dolby Atmos sound, and supports up to 7 customizable profiles (perfect for large families).

LENOVO MOTO TAB

FEATURES AND SPECS OF LENOVO MOTO TAB

The tablet’s Productivity Mode incorporates a taskbar that lets you multitask and rapidly switch between applications. For improved profitability, the Moto Tab will go with two or three intriguing embellishments: a full size Bluetooth console with its own particular 400 mAh battery, and a Lenovo Home aide dock.

The Lenovo Moto Tab additionally includes a unique mark scanner, TV Mode, Kids Mode, AT&T NumberSync, and a 7,000 mAh battery. For the present, it’s not clear if the tablet runs Android 7 Nougat, or Android 8 Oreo, yet we trust it’s the last mentioned.

Lenovo says the Moto Tab will be propelled on November 17 for $299.99 through and through, or $15 a month for 20 months with an AT&T Installment design. The organization likewise uncovered more highlights: Android 7.1 Nougat, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of expandable storage room. It has stereo speakers, a unique finger impression sensor, and a USB Type-C port.

LENOVO MOTO TAB

Discretionary adornments join an “Efficiency Pack” with a Bluetooth console and folio case and a “Home Assistant Pack” that is fundamentally a 3 watt speaker with double receivers that interfaces with the table to transform it into a kind of Amazon Echo/Google Home-style keen speaker.

On the off-chance that the Assistant Pack looks recognizable, that is most likely in light of the fact that we’ve seen it earlier: it’s fundamentally the Lenovo Home Assistant Pack that was disclosed not long ago for $80. Indeed, the limited time photos of the Moto Tab + speaker show the Lenovo logo on the speaker.

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