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Lenovo Tab V7 goes official with 6.9-inches 2:1 display and 13MP camera at MWC

25 February 2019 2

Finally, the wait is over as the companies are all geared up to announce new products at the MWC 2019. Today Lenovo took the stage to unveil their latest budget-friendly Tab V7 at the biggest tech show of the year.

The Lenovo Tab V7 is featuring a 6.9-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. The display aspect ratio is 2:1 and the max brightness is 350 nits. Under the hood, the device is powered up by the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 450 SoC. Its an Octa-core chipset with max clocking at 1.8Ghz. The Adreno 506 is taking care of graphics. The Tab can be purchased in two configurations, the base model has 3GB RAM with 32GB storage whereas the top-tier model comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.

The primary rear snapper is 13MP with LED flashlight whereas the front-facing selfie snapper is 5MP. The V7 comes with facial recognition as the secondary biometric feature. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie. The fingerprint scanner is on the rear side. The device comes with a dedicated slot for two SIMs.

A 5,180mAH battery is on board to keep its lights on. The company claims the tab will survive 10 hours on video playback. The Tab measurements are 177.9 x86.5 x 7.89mm and weigh 195g. For connectivity, the device has a USB-C slot. As far as the availability is a concern, the tab V7 will be available from April 2019 at a price tag of 249 Euros. It will be available in Slate Black color.

Do share your thoughts below regarding the Lenovo Tab V7 in the comments section below. Stay tuned for more MWC coverage.


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