Lenovo Tab M10 (3rd Gen) Android Tablet | 10-inch Full HD 1200p Display | 64GB | Wi-Fi 5 | 4GB RAM | Storm Grey

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Lenovo Tab M10 (3rd Gen) Android Tablet | 10-inch Full HD 1200p Display | 64GB | Wi-Fi 5 | 4GB RAM | Storm Grey

Lenovo Tab M10 (3rd Gen) Android Tablet | 10-inch Full HD 1200p Display | 64GB | Wi-Fi 5 | 4GB RAM | Storm Grey

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Fortunately we don’t really need to do too much detective work to find specs, as they’re shown in the Google Play Console listing. The chip appears to be a quad-core processor with two ARM Cortex-A72 CPU cores, two Cortex-A53 cores, and ARM Mali-T820 3-core graphics. While that means the new tablet has fewer CPU cores than the 2nd-gen model, two of them are higher-performance CPU cores which could make a difference in performance. The fact that all CPU cores are set to 1.1 GHz seems strange, but it’s probably a good idea to take some of the details shown in the Google Play Console with a grain of salt until Lenovo officially launches the tablet.

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The Unisoc T610 is used in entry-level tablets and phones and overall offers great performance for this segment. In the Tab M10, the processor managed to outperform most of the competitors, but the differentials are minute. This means you shouldn't notice much performance difference in everyday use. Lenovo's third-generation Tab M10 Plus is a good mid-range Android tablet that offers stylus input support. Its build quality and feel are pleasing, the display is nice and bright, and the quad-speaker system is sufficiently loud, while it also provides good audio quality. The battery runtimes are also very competitive thanks to the 7,500 mAh battery. The rear-facing 8 MP camera with no LED flash promises better image sharpness due to its autofocus, but it's more suitable for taking pictures of documents and memos in everyday use. The base sharpness at the center of the photos is still decent, but details get lost in blurriness towards the edges. We weren't always impressed by the colors, either. The photos of the 8 MP camera show a visible red cast at times. In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.2 (minimum) to 636 (maximum) ms. » 62% of all devices are better. The microSD reader can also support cards with higher capacity and delivers moderate read and write speeds.Wild Life Extreme Unlimited | Wild Life Extreme | Wild Life Unlimited Score | Wild Life Score | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Unlimited | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Unlimited Graphics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Unlimited Physics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Graphics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Unlimited Physics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited Graphics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (Vulkan) Unlimited Physics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Graphics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot Extreme (ES 3.1) Physics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Graphics | 2560x1440 Sling Shot OpenGL ES 3.0 Physics The rear camera can capture videos at up to Full HD and 30 fps. Its autofocus is often slightly sluggish, and the camera sometimes takes a while to adapt to the lighting situation. There are practically no adjustment options for the camera. The maximum temperature on the upper side is 34.4 °C / 94 F, compared to the average of 34.1 °C / 93 F, ranging from 21.2 to 53.2 °C for the class Tablet.

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Where you will struggle with the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus 3rd Gen is complex 3D games. Big releases like Genshin Impact and Harry Potter Magic Awakened aren’t going to be done justice on the budget chip here. The fully drained battery recharges completely in about 4 hours and 30 minutes with the included 10-Watt charger. We recommend buying the convenient 20-watt power adapter if you don't necessarily want to charge overnight. This shortens the charging process by about 2 hours. And that’s how this one goes. It lasted close to 24 hours on 3% charge on the arm of my couch. If you leave it somewhere for a week after a charge, it will still be ready to go. Two weeks later, it’ll probably still be clinging on. You’ll get a slightly larger battery in something like the Nokia T21, but you’ll get a slight reduction in overall performance for the trade. With a rated capacity of 7,500 mAh, the Tab M10 Plus Gen 3's battery is slightly smaller than that of its sibling model, the P11 Plus, but this doesn't have a negative impact on the Lenovo tablet's runtimes. Those promises aren’t fully met, however, as the Lenovo Tab M10 HD falls short in most of the ways that count – regardless of that entry-level price. Design and screenThe Lenovo Tab M10 comes in Wi-Fi-only and LTE variants as well as two storage options. Our review unit is a Wi-Fi-only model with 64 GB of storage. Lenovo offers the following configurations: You don't have permission to access "http://www.argos.co.uk/browse/technology/tablets-and-ipad/tablets/c:30159/brands:lenovo/screen-size-(in):10.1/" on this server. With an affordable price, expectations for the Lenovo Tab M10 HD should be suitably low. This is a full-sized tablet that’s out to appeal to the ‘my first tablet’ crowd of kids and tech neophytes.

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These compromises, however, aren't really that drastic: the M10 lasted 14h 21m during our Wi-Fi test, which is shorter than what many other devices are capable of and yet still very much good enough for everyday use. The tablet should be able to provide two days of use before having to be recharged. In brief, battery life is far from bad here, but rival budget tablets can stretch further between charges. As such, the console provides some key specs about the previously unannounced tablet, including the fact that it will have a 1920 x 1200 pixel display, 4GB of RAM, and a Socionext SC1408J1 processor. It’s a similar story with the GPU. 3DMark’s Wild Life test won’t run on such modest hardware, while a Slingshot Extreme test score of 463 scrapes the very bottom of the mobile performance barrel.

Connectivity and GNSS – Fast and stable

An 8MP rear camera should be enough for the M10. Tablets are by and large not used for high-quality photography anyway. The main shooter takes presentable photos for a device in this price range, but you shouldn't expect sharp, detailed images from it. There is a moderate amount of brightening in dark areas as well as visible artefacts upon closer inspection. But the camera is adequate considering that it is likely going to be used mainly for taking snapshots and scanning QR codes.

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Multimedia, Budget Multimedia, Gaming, Budget Gaming, Lightweight Gaming, Business, Budget Office, Workstation, Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks, Chromebooks The good news continues with a pair of stereo speakers tuned by Dolby Atmos. No, they’re not going to stand up to the sound output of any modern iPad, but remember that we’re talking about a budget tablet here. In comparison, all tested devices range from 0.1 (minimum) to 240 (maximum) ms. » 30% of all devices are better.

Display – Could be brighter

Sadly, one downside of the large battery in this one is its slow charging time. That’s largely down to the paltry 10W plug included, which will take around four hours to fully charge the slab. That’s not horrendous, but it will struggle to juice a drained battery to a reliable capacity if you forget to plug it in the night before a road trip.



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