Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus Release Date, News & Update: Has Octa-Core Snapdragon Power? Battery Life More Than 100 Hours? More Specs Revealed!
Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus might be the new tablet users are hoping for especially for those who are not satisfied with all the gadgets available in the market today. In February, a list of tablets was released with budget-friendly price. This leaked gadget could be an upgrade of one those in the list.
Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus might have a full high definition display in its 8 inches screen with 3 GB of RAM according to Yahoo Tech. Its display resolution is said to be at 1920x1200 pixels which is higher than the original which has only 1280x800 pixels. The storage is quite unique having three combinations that is still supported with microSD card.
The main camera of Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus will have an 8MP with LED flash, while the front camera will have 5MP according to the leaked information. Just like any other tablets, it will also have 4G LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
One thing that the Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus can boast of is its octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. This is faster than the quad-core MediaTek, of course, having doubled its original size. The new chipset was built with a superior 14nm process according to a report by GSM Arena.
Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus weighs only 330 grams and 7.97 is 7.97 millimeters thick. Its LTE-equipped predecessor costs $149, and analysts think the new model might cost slightly higher.
According to reports, the Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus will come with an operating system of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. However, since Google has just released its Android 7.0 Nougat, users anticipating the new tablet's release might be happy if the upcoming Lenovo will come with the new OS.
For hard-core users of tablets, a battery life of more than 100 hours is a big plus. Galaxy J7 has also an octa-core chip with 14nm processor and its battery life reaches up to 101 hours in their endurance test. Fans are hoping that the Lenovo Tab3 8 Plus will also have the same capacity.