The company is claiming its latest tab to be a combination of a tablet and smartphone. The trend of equipping smartphones with big screens is picking up quickly
Lenovo has showcased a plethora of new consumer electronic products at the Mobile World Congress 2019. The company’s latest lineup includes a tablet, two noise cancelling headphones and several laptops. Lenovo has also showcased a Motorola smartphone that it claims can be upgraded to be 5G compatible by using a simple modification.
Lenovo Tab V7 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 mobile platform. The company said that it will available with up to 4 GB RAM and up to 64 GB memory options.
Company’s official statement regarding the Yoga headphones lineup read, “Pair any of the new IdeaPad or IdeaCentre PCs with the new Yoga ANC Headphones designed for immersive entertainment or focused productivity.”
It added, “Featuring hybrid ANC (active noise cancellation) and ENC (environmental noise cancellation) mics with voice assist and Dolby-tuned drivers that can intelligently filter out background noise during calls, the Yoga ANC Headphones will sound as good as they look.”
Lenovo Tab V7 features
The company is claiming its latest tab to be a combination of a tablet and smartphone. It features a IPS Full HD 1080 x 2160 display that offers 18:9 display ratio. Lenovo has equipped it with dual sim card slots and weighs 195 grams.
Powered by a 5180 mAh battery, Lenovo claims that the tablet can last up to 24 hours on a complete charge The battery offers up to 10 hours of local video playback and browsing time, and up to 30 hours of talk time.
The Lenovo Tab V7 comes equipped with a 5MP in front and 13MP camera. Lenovo said that it will start shipping the Tab in April. It is expected that the brand will be introducing this tab for approximately Rs 21,000 in the country.