Lenovo planning an high end Tab3 device, to be named Tab3 8 Plus
Going as far back as the month of February, Lenovo amazed the market by introducing a new line and family of tablets that aimed to offer those without very deep pockets the chance to use a mid-range tablet and with that, they were very successful in what can be seen as a most laudable idea.
Called the Tab 3 family, they were very popular among users even though they didn’t exact scream when it comes to the specs that run under the hood. To control this, there is the report of a new member of the Tab 3 family and with this one, hello high end specs!
Named the Tab3 8 Plus, we are thinking that it would be the upgrade on the already existent 8 inch model and bound to come to stores soon, it would feature 8 inches of screen and have 3GB of RAM. The camera on this one has been improved to have 8MP on the back and a 5MP shooter for selfies while you can pick from diverse options on storage now, one having 32GB and the other using 64GB, both being expandable.
The chipset is also a big upgrade because instead of going for MediaTek’s cheaps, the QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset was used instead and according to report, could pack a 4300mAh battery.
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