Motorola returns to the tablet business with the new Moto Tab. Most likely, this is one of the previously presented Lenovo devices that underwent the rebranding procedure.
The new Moto Tab tablet is equipped with a 10.1-inch display with Full HD resolution and a Snapdragon 625 processor. The device carries on board 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of built-in flash memory. A slot for installing a memory card allows you to additionally expand the storage. The capacity of the complete battery is 7000 mAh, for recharging the battery is a USB-C port. Additionally, it is reported that there is a fingerprint scanner and two front speakers. The Moto Tab tablet runs under the operating system Android 7.1 and supports the possibility of using 7 individual user profiles. The device is equipped with TV Mode, which allows you to quickly access the recorded broadcasts and current broadcasts of the broadcaster DirecTV – directly from the main screen or the lock screen.
The Moto Tab tablet will go on sale from November 17 at a price of $ 299. Initially, it will be distributed through the operator AT & T.
Source: The Verge