Lenovo Japan Ltd has launched a trio of new tablets in Japan. First is the YOGA Tab 3 Pro 10, second is YOGA Tab 3 8 and third is Yoga Tab 3 10. This is how they look like.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro 10 features DLP projector that can output a video of up to 70 inches. Specifications include WQXGA display packing 2560 x 1600 pixels with 299 PPI which when combined with Smart Display Engine makes the screen look incredibly sharp and vivid.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro 10 is powered by Intel Atom X5 Z8500 processor that runs at 1.44 GHz and packs four cores. This is backed by 2GB RAM, 32GB flash storage, 10.1 inch display and Android 5.1 operating system. You also get 802.11n wireless LAN, DoCoMo Japan LTE compatible bands 1/3/19/21, Softbank 1/3/8/41, Bluetooth 4.0, Micro USB, microSD card slot , Micro SIM slot (LTE version only), 1.3 MP on the back and 5MP on front camera.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro 10’s body size is 247 × 179 × 4.68mm (width × depth × height) and weighs about 665 grams. Estimated retail price of Wi-Fi version is ¥ 65,800 while LTE version is expected to be around 70,800 yen.
Coming to Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 10 and Tab 3 8, both have similar specifications. Wi-Fi only version of Tab 3 8 will cost around 23800 yen while LTE variant will retail for 28800 Japanese Yen. Tab 3 10 prices are 26,800 yen / 31,800 yen for Wi-Fi version / LTE version.
Yoga Tab 3 10 specs include Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 APQ8009 (1.3GHz, 4 core) processor, LTE version comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 (1.1GHz, 4 cores), 1GB memory, 16GB Storage, 10.1-inch WXGA (1,280 × 800 pixel) IPS panel type LCD, Android 5.1 operating system. Battery is a lithium ion packing 3-cell battery with capacity of 8,400mAh. Battery life is about 18 hours. Yoga Tab 3 has identical specs but packs 8 inch WXGA display instead of a 10 inch screen.
October 27, 2015
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