Chinese smartphone company has taken the wraps of its new range of Android tablets. The list of new tablets includes the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13, Lenovo Yoga Tab 11, Lenovo Tab P11 Plus and the budget tablets Lenovo Tab M7 and Lenovo Tab M8. Of these, the Yoga Tab 13 could be seen as an iPad Pro rival with a slightly bigger, 13-inch screen that can double up as a portable monitor. The tablet is priced at 799 Euros (about $953 or Rs 70,767) and will be available for purchase from this month. For now, Lenovo has not announced an India launch.
What makes the Yoga Tab 13 different from other tablets is the design philosophy that includes some attachments to the display slate. The Yoga Tab 13 comes with an inbuilt stainless steel kickstand and hooks that can be used to prop up the device on a surface or even hang it on a wall. At 13-inch, it comes close to the screen size of a small laptop. The tablet comes with a micro HDMI port which means that it can be used as an external display for a laptop or any other HDMI compatible device. The tablet is compatible with the company’s Precision Pen 2, which would give you more freedom as a tablet user.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 13: Specifications
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset, coupled with Adreno 650GPU. The device comes with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM. The 13-inch display is a 60 Hz 1080p LTPS one and has a screen resolution of 2160 x 1350 pixels with maximum brightness of 400nits. The display is 100% sRGB Dolby Vision supported.
The device comes in only one storage option: 128GB. It comes with an 8MP camera. It is backed by a 10,000mAh battery, which, the company claims, could go on for about 12 hours on a single charge.