25 November 2017
The Moto X4 was recently announced in India with 16MP selfie camera after being unveiled at the IFA 2017 earlier this year. A month after unveiling the retro ThinkPad to celebrate its 25 year anniversary, Lenovo is now releasing a tablet which it tags under the Motorola brand, making it the only tablet device after XOOM 2 to make its way from Motorola.
Dubbed the Moto Tab, the device is powered by a modest Snapdragon 625 chipset with 2GB of RAM and 32GB onboard storage and will be sold exclusively through AT&T. The tablet will run on the not-so-latest Android 7.1 Nougat with a ‘kids mode” to lock down on content & apps.
The Moto Tab will feature a 10.1-inch Full-HD screen with Dolby Atmos integrated dual speakers system, all of which will be powered by a 7,000mAh battery housed inside an ultra-slim profile. The device equips a fingerprint scanner with quick log-in capabilities for up to 7 users and USB Type-C connectivity for fast charging.
The device would start selling through AT&T on November 17 for an asking price of $299.99 or on a 20-month carrier installment that would need you to pay $15 a month. Accessories can be bought off additionally as Lenovo plans to bundle a 3W speaker alongside a ThinkPad Keyboard with a touchpad for multitasking.