Lenovo Tab 4 series was recently launched at the 2017 Mobile World Congress. The new tablets are packed like a premium tablet for work or play modes, yet come with a cheaper price tag.
The new tablets have similar designs except for the screen size. Both tablets have a better feel and more gorgeous than its rival, Amazon Fire HD 8.
Lenovo's new tablets rest comfortably in the hands, as they were primarily created for children. Parents and children alike will love the glass coating on both sides of the devices.
— Android Authority (@AndroidAuth) February 27, 2017
The new Tab 4 series offer dependable features for a minimal cost. The new devices also sport dual speakers with Dolby Atmos support, a large battery, USB-C port, and a microSD slot.
Interestingly, the new tablets come with Android Nougat and the improved Doze mode for battery usage. Both features make the new devices more competent in terms of performance.
Another special feature of the new Tab 4 series is the "Productivity Mode" present in the 10-inch variant. This mode enables the table to convert the operating system to have a feel of working on a Chrome OS than an Android Nougat. This can only be made possible with the aid of a keyboard paired with Bluetooth, TechRadar reported.
The specific feature variance of the standard Tab 4 8-inch and 10-inch shows that the former has 4850mAh cell while the latter has 7000mAh battery. Price tag begins with $109 for the 8-inch model and $149 for the 10-inch model.
The new Tab 4 series also offer a Plus variant for those who have greater demands for a tablet. The Plus version also comes in 8-inch and 10-inch models which cost $199 and $249 respectively.
The Tab 4 Plus boasts of its 1,920 x 1,200 screen, faster processor Snapdragon 625 and bigger storage of up to 64GB with 3GB of RAM. The Plus variant also comes with fingerprint scanner, Engadget has noted.