The other day, Motorola announced a presentation in India on January 18, which should show the Moto Tab G70 tablet. The Brazilian division of the company decided not to wait until next week and released the new product now.
What is known
As expected in the leaks, the Motorola Tab G70 is a copy of the Lenovo P11 Plus. The device received exactly the same set of characteristics. That is 11 inch 2K LCD display with brightness 400 nits, HDR10 support and 15:9 aspect ratio. The gadget is powered by an eight-core MediaTek Helio G90T processor paired with 4 GB of RAM. The built-in storage is 64 GB. If desired, it can be expanded with a microSD memory card.
Motorola Tab G70 is powered by a 7700 mAh battery. It charges via a USB-C port using a 20-watt power bank. The novelty comes with IP52 protection, four speakers with Dolby Atmos and a body that weighs 500 grams.
Out of the box, the device has Android 11 installed. The system has the Google Kids Space app. It activates the children's mode on the tablet, in which you can read books and watch educational videos.
Price and when to expect
The Motorola Tab G70 has already started selling in Brazil for $430. In other regions, the tablet will appear a little later.
A source: Motorola