Lenovo unwraps two tablets, a Yoga Book and Yoga Tab 3 Plus
Lenovo is not slowing down with its announcements anymore these days and of recent, they have taken the wraps off some very new devices consisting of laptops and tablets, and none of these are walkovers. As you know, we are more concerned about the mobile smartphone world here and so, shall we talk about the tablets now?
The first to talk about is the Lenovo Yoga Book which is something of a hybrid between a laptop and a tablet but overall, it is more of the latter than it is of the former. With a 10.1-inch screen, an Intel Atom x5 processor is used under the hood, coupled with 4GB RAM and an internal storage space of 64GB which can be expanded as the user sees fit, up to a limit of 128GB. Keeping the lights on is an 8500mAh battery and he camera combo is set at 8MP/2MP.
For the sake of choice, the Yoga Book has been made in such a way that Android lovers can have one and Windows lovers are not left out either as the units would either run the Windows 10 software or Android Marshmallow 6.0
The next one is the Yoga Tab 3 Plus which adds the Plus to indicate better features. After 10.1 inch of screen too, there is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 processor, packs 3GB of RAM and uses 32GB internal storage space. The camera units are set at 13MP on the back and 5MP on the front. This one also comes with a kickstand.
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