Lenovo has brought two new 7-inch Android tablets to its affordable tablet lineup. The tablets are named as Lenovo Tab 7 and Lenovo Tab 7 Essential, and Both run Android 7.0. Most appealing part of both tablets is fairly low-end prices.
Lenovo Tab 7 has 7-inch HD display having 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. Under the hood the tablet is powered by a quad-core 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT8161 processor. Lenovo claims battery life of 15 hours for the Tablet on media playback.
The Tab 7 has Mono Speakers on front with Dolby Atmos which is also supported for head phones. The cameras for the tablet include 2 megapixel front and 5 mega pixel back. Its 260 grams weight and 8.4mm thickness is well-disposed to hold. The snatching price for the tablet is $100 which is kind of acceptable for entry level though. However, it’s pricey too in terms of low specs.
On the other end, the Lenovo’s Tab 7 Essential tablet is the first 7-inch tablet to have DDR4 RAM. The Screen Resolution of the tablet is 1024 x 600 pixel and is powered by a MediaTek MT8176D processor. Lenovo claims 20 hours of battery life for the tablet which is a screwy rate as compared to normal tablets. The tablet come with 2MP front and rear camera and has basic front speaker. The Screen is decent in touch even though has low resolution and the tablet is priced as USD 80.
Both Tablets have 1GB of RAM and 16GB as internal memory. These tablets don’t support LTE connectivity, and come with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.