31 July 2018
Lenovo Tab 10 successor with the model number TB-X104F has reportedly surfaced on certification site FCC. The tab’s predecessor called the Lenovo Tab 10 had hit the shelves back in November 2016.
The listing reveals some of the tablet's specifications including 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal flash storage. It is unclear whether there will be a microSD card slot for increasing the memory. The documents filed with FCC also reveal that the tablet will come with a 4,850mAh battery. It’s predecessor the Lenovo Tab 10 had a much larger 7,000mAh battery. Connectivity options included in the tablet are WiFi, Bluetooth Low Energy, and GPS support.
An illustration reveals the rear panel of the device which has a support of a single rear camera, while the back panel contains the Dolby ATMOS logo. This hints that the upcoming tablet will come with Dolby Audio support. The 3.5mm headphone jack is located on the right side of the device, so the microUSB port, the power button, and the volume rocker could be on the other side of the device. The tablet will also come with a front-facing selfie shooter. It's predecessor the Lenovo Tab 10 was an entry-level device and was powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 Soc with a quad-core CPU.
The FCC certification reveals that the tablet will be sold in the United States. However, there is no clear information on when the tablet will be launched or it’s pricing. We should know more about the tablet's launch in a few weeks. Stay tuned.