Currently, almost all the inhabitants of the home have their own smartphones and a wide variety of devices from which to access favorite online multimedia content. However, for the little ones, it is always advisable to have an accessible device on hand that can be used at any time of the day and Lenovo Tab M10 focuses on it.
Lenovo Tab M10 is an entry-level tablet with an Android operating system that is presented as a great alternative to enjoy audiovisual content from a screen with HD resolution and dual speakers for a surround sound experience. Below we review some of its best technical and design features :
Lenovo Tab M10
official site Dimensions 168 mm x 242 mm x 8.1 mm Weight 480 grams Colors White Screen
IPS Screen Technology Capacitive
Dimension 10.1 inch
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 (Quad-Core, 4x A53 at 2.0GHz)
RAM memory 2 GB
Capacity 32 GB
SD slot Yes, microSD up to 128 GB
Version Android 8.0 Oreo
Resolution 5 MP
Secondary camera 2 MP
Capacity 4850 mAh
Quick charge No
Charging port USB 2.0
USB OTG Yes
Headphones Yes (3.5mm mini-jack)
Wifi Yes, 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac
Bluetooth Yes, 4.2
Lenovo Tab M10 has a totally conventional design
It is common for children to drop their electronic devices regularly, as well as hitting them or not worrying about keeping them clean after many hours of use. Thus, lending them a Smartphone that has cost hundreds of euros can be a bad idea and this proposal seeks to be the perfect replacement thanks to its good resistance.
On the one hand, Lenovo Tab M10 is presented as a lightweight device with just 8.1 mm thickness and 480 grams of weight, which means that despite raising the screen dimensions above 10 inches, it is still comfortable for have it in your hands, even the smallest, in addition to carrying it with you anywhere in the backpack or bag without being a nuisance for the user.
The tablet is sold only in white for its entire structure, which is made of plastic, and do not forget to provide an additional package that includes a case with a stand to put your screen upright and use a physical keyboard in case of want to write more comfortably.
Content for all ages
Lenovo Tab M10 is compatible with a stylus (sold separately)
The screen is perhaps one of the most relevant points for this model and is that it does not skimp on quality with a 10.1-inch IPS-type panel with a native resolution 1280 x 800 pixels, that is, you can very well appreciate online movies, series, games, and videos. It supports 10 touchpoints and its maximum brightness levels reach 300 nits.
Furthermore, in addition to using the Android Oreo operating system
To enjoy an endless number of applications and games available, there is a mode exclusively for children that presents updated and selected content especially for their tastes, also preventing their access to other videos, apps, and information that is not suitable for their young age.
Finally, as mentioned above, there is a surround sound system that captures the user, either when listening to music or watching movies, shows, and videos. Strictly with its dual front speakers and compatibility with Dolby Atmos technology you can get closer to a cinematic experience even without even having headphones on hand.
Connectivity and performance summary
Lenovo Tab M10 works on the basis of Android 8.0 without layers of customization
Going into the technical details, Lenovo Tab M10 is clearly an entry model that will not be enough for those looking to execute more demanding tasks or Apps than usual, since the chosen processor is a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 (Cortex A53 at a speed of 2.0GHz), also combined with a Qualcomm Adreno 504 GPU.
In addition to this, 32 GB of internal storage are presented that can be expanded as usual by a microSD card, a memory 2 GB RAM, 4850 mAh battery
It promises about eight hours of video playback before needing a recharge, and a camera setup consisting of a 5-megapixel rear sensor and a 2-megapixel front sensor for video calling.
In connectivity, there is no lack of the classic Wifi 11a / b / g / n / ac standards as well as Bluetooth 4.2 for synchronization with external accessories, speakers and wireless headphones, although the presence of GPS for geolocation tasks is strange. Available physical ports only include a USB 2.0 input and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
When choosing this model you have to be careful not to get confused with Lenovo Tab E10, a version that we have already analyzed and that is even more limited in terms of performance, since it works on the basis of Android Go with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor and an available RAM of 1 GB or 2 GB.
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