Lenovo announces a bunch of new budget Android tablets

Android tablets may not have the best run of late, but they’re
not dead yet — at least, not if Lenovo has anything to say
about it, with the company announcing no less than five new
Android tablets to replace
last year’s lineup
. The new models are divided into three
groups: the budget E series, which comes in seven-, eight-, and
10-inch models, the midrange M10, and the more premium P10
(both of which are 10-inch models). Here are all the details:

Lenovo Tab P10

  • 1920 x 1080, 10.1-inch display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor (Octa-Core,
    1.8 GHz)
  • Up to 4GB of RAM
  • Up to 32GB of storage
  • 8MP rear, 5MP front-facing camera
  • Four speakers, fingerprint sensor
  • Android Oreo


Lenovo Tab M10Image:
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Lenovo Tab M10

  • 1920 x 1080, 10.1-inch display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor (Octa-Core,
    1.8 GHz)
  • Up to 3GB of RAM
  • Up to 32GB of storage
  • 5MP rear, 2MP front-facing camera
  • Two speakers
  • Android Oreo

Lenovo Tab E10

  • 1280 x 800, 10.1-inch display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor
  • Up to 2GB of RAM
  • Up to 16GB of storage
  • Two speakers
  • Android Oreo (Go Edition)


Lenovo Tab E10Image:
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Lenovo Tab E8

  • 1280 x 800, eight-inch display
  • MediaTek MT8163B processor (1.3 GHz)
  • Up to 1GB of RAM
  • Up to 16GB of storage
  • Android Nougat

Lenovo Tab E7

  • 1024 x 600, seven-inch display
  • MediaTek MT8167 or MediaTek MT8321 (for Wi-Fi
    and 3G models, respectively)
  • Up to 1GB of RAM
  • Up to 16GB of storage
  • Android Oreo (Go Edition)


Lenovo Tab E7Image:
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As you can see, none of these tablets are exactly lining up to
blow anyone’s mind with wildly powerful specs, but they’re all
more designed as family devices, not productivity powerhouses.
Fortunately, the prices reflect that, too.

The Lenovo Tab E7 is the cheapest, starting at $69.99 when it
releases in October exclusively at walmart.com. The
Tab E8 is next cheapest at $99.99, available now at Walmart,
while the Tab E10 will cost $129.99 when it launches in
October.

As for the more powerful Tab M10 and Tab P10, Lenovo hasn’t
given any release date or pricing information yet, but promises
preorders available later in the winter.

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