Brilliant! Screen, sound, weight/sleekness, speed, reliability over 2 years...etc Battery just average, DONT update from 4.4 KK. Why would you want to?? You've been warned. Don't be a geek!
Does Lenovo S8-50f support 3g browsing either through sim or single? Can any one please clarify this?
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2016Contact to lenovo via calling they will answer all questions Haha, who's brave enough to call? :P I hate doing phone calls and my main language is not english either.
Anonymous, 05 Jun 2016Get answers to your questions here,- https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Android-based-Ta... morePlease Lenovo company update for lollipop or marsh mallow version. It can be helpful to increase Lenovo sales.
What on earth is Lenovo doing????? I have a Lenovo Tab S8-50 here which is almost 2 years old and has STILL not seen an upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow NOR the new Android 7.0 Nougat.
A quad core 1.86Ghz cpu and 2Gb RAM is MORE than enough to run Marshmallow and I would ridicule anyone who would say otherwise.
My personal opinion,,,,, forget about M if u got 2gb ram only and I can even say same about N if u have only 3gb ram.
Somewhere I heared that future android versions increase the battery life, but it's WRONG,,, fact is they need more ram like 2gb more for every new version,,,,
So I can go ahead and say this is THE END for Android.
A new OS may already born somewhere and it will launch in next year,
Just like old OS history,,,,
Remember my words and let's welcome a new OS,,,,,,,
Dude's,,, am using both s8 50lc tab and x3 and 2days back updated to M (x3), everything is good but available RAM is 1.2gb and no increase in battery juice.
So therez is no USE of M for s8 50lc tab coz it's eating the RAM and battery juice so from 2gb ram, u may get around 600mb RAM, so forget about M and carry on with what u have now.
Actually am using s8 since 1.5yrs and it's good with few problems like low call volume and hungry battery (8" inch need a big,,,, :D battery),,
So what we really need for this s8 tab is like a slim flip cover with battery like that ASUS made,,, actually it's a fantastic idea and hope some made it for not only this tab but for all brands
Let's ask lenovo for updates:
Lenovo tablet support no.(852) 3516-8977 (hong Kong)
No.0333-777-3991(National Rate) (Please select option 2 on the IVR)
9:00 - 18:00 Monday - Friday(UK)
No.1800-208-7555 10:00 - 19:00 Monday - Saturday(India)
More details visit page -https://support.lenovo.com/in/en/supportphonelist_alt2
Carmanen, 25 Jun 2016Nope... but why don't they publish these news for everyone to see, i don't get it?! I think either they have dropped the plan or only beta tester (or people who have sufficient "privilege" )can open the page . We can only wait or ask about it at the forum or contact lenovo
Anonymous, 25 Jun 2016Thank you for your reply. Have you made any contact with lenovo for tablet updates Nope... but why don't they publish these news for everyone to see, i don't get it?!
Carmanen, 24 Jun 2016I have no permission to open it either :/Thank you for your reply. Have you made any contact with lenovo for tablet updates
Joe, 19 Jun 2016Hi bro, how can you push a company to bend to your demands? Lollipop update is already available. I admit it that's impossible ,but at least they could give battery life extending update or permissions control on lollipop
Carmanen, 24 Jun 2016That WOULD be great news but i don't believe it quite 100% until i see it happening. But there... moreThat's an archived post on lenovo forum, can anyone open that page? because I can't please help me get more information .I suggest to contact to lenovo official about it .
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2016According to the link below Android n is coming to the tablet? https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/L... moreThat WOULD be great news but i don't believe it quite 100% until i see it happening. But there's something suspicious about the news claiming that ALL Lenovo's tablets will be updated to Android N? Even the most low budget 100Â€ or less tablets? I don't think so.
According to the link below Android n is coming to the tablet?