Diip, 22 May 2015My tab S8 is asking me system update and I feel its lollipop...Yes it may be bcoz for update of the software which is currently running on device the notification ask for " software update " and if it asking for "system update" it may be lollipop
If u get the update please tell me thanx
Lenovo Tab S8 will get an official lollipop update in Q3, 2015 - http://support.lenovo.com/gb/e...nts/ht101396
Current Android OS
Android 4.4, KitKat
Upgrade Plan Option
Android 5.0, Lollipop
Quarter 3, 2015
Does it causes any effect on means like decrease in processing speed or any thing else due to heating of lenovo tab s8
if you doesn't matter the drain battery and the heat of the device, go on...
casey jones, 18 May 2015Hey some body help me i am cofused between iball slide octa and lenovo tab s8 which should be ... moreI dont know about lenovo but iball islide octa battery backup is worst it keep decreasing with the period of time rest all is great
Hey some body help me i am cofused between iball slide octa and lenovo tab s8 which should be better to buy i have chequed many reviews but can't confirm please help! :'(
I want to buy this Lenovo tab s8. some of my friend introduce to me the Huawei Media Pad X2. Which one is better
I buy this product for only 1 month and this is not good tablet a cheap price and a blah blah atoms..but this tablet is not a long time used..for video call sometimes blurred and when I charged it shutting off and goodbye..only warranty can save this tablet! try to sell this and buy a samsung for sure!
My new tab s8 is not getting connected to computer.when it is connected through USB cable given,USB notification is not viewed on my tab but getting charged.in the computer it is showing a window that the windows could not recognize the devise(tab).already developer option is opened and USB debugging is checked but can not get rid of the problem.pls any body help me
I want to buy this Lenevo TAB S8 , but confused between , AUSUS FONEPAD 8 , guys help me which is the best buy with less errors.
swannee, 28 Apr 2015I was given the Tab S8 as a gift at Xmas. When it is running, I found it superb. No problem on... morei figured it out hold power button and volume + together brings up a screen to reboot/recover :D
The lte frequencies are not listed on here, but according to the manual the lte version supports bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 and 20.
So the supported frequencies are 800MHz, 850MHz, 900MHz, 1700MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz, 2100MHz and 2600MHz.