In a surprising development, Motorola owner Lenovo is today announcing the Moto Tab for AT&T. This is the first Motorola branded slate in quite a while, and it will become available at the carrier on Friday, November 17.
The Moto Tab has a 10.1-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen, and a 7,000 mAh battery to let you enjoy life without worrying about recharging. The device is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 625 chipset, which should further aid in that - since it's pretty much an endurance champion among the mid-range SoCs.Moto Tab
The Moto Tab comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage, "an ultra-slim profile" and soft-touch back. Dual speakers with Dolby Atmos will ensure sound isn't lacking. The OS version on board is Android 7.1 Nougat. The tablet has a fingerprint scanner.Moto Tab and the Home Assistant Pack
Two optional accessories are coming soon for the Moto Tab. The Home Assistant Pack is a stand with dual mics and a 3W speaker, while the Productivity Pack features a Bluetooth ThinkPad keyboard with touchpad and folio case.Moto Tab with the Productivity Pack
The Moto Tab is going to cost $299.99 or 20 monthly installments of $15.
This tablet does not look anything like a Motorola tablet. He does not remember the old Xoom at all. It's basically a Lenovo Tab 4 10 with a Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus chipset, with a digital reader and the "moto" mark on the back (not even the stylize...
Kindle Fire HD 10 2017 is just as good for half the money!
nowadays we can see a phone crammed with 4000-5000mah including all the motherboard inside, why tablet that has dimension at least 3-4 times than a phone can't reach at least 10000mah-12000mah?