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The Lenovo Tab P10 Is An Affordable Android Tablet For Its Review
Lenovo Tab P10 is an affordable Android tablet that connects to the optional speaker base and becomes an Alexa smart speaker with display
What is the Lenovo Tab P10?
The Lenovo Tab P10 injects new life into the standard concept of tablets. It's a fairly typical Android tablet - not an iPad challenger. However, when connected to the included speaker dock, the device converts to a large-screen Alexa smart speaker.
It's the smart home center in the kitchen; the classic time-wasting tablet in the living room.
Neither of these parts sets any new standards in their respective fields, but the neat implementation makes the Lenovo Tab P10 worth considering. Yes, buy the Kindle Fire HD and the better-sounding wireless speakers for £250, for £100. However, you will miss the relative elegance offered here. Tablets also have some features that are missing from the Kindle Fire HD 10.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Design
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... Tab P10 looks and feels higher than Amazon's competitors. Its back and front are flat glass panes with aluminum sandwiches in the middle. The structure is similar to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy Tab S4.
Lenovo's tablet also has a thicker screen surround, which makes it look more outdated than Samsung and another obvious competitor, the often overlooked Huawei MediaPad M5 10.8.
Of course, nothing prevents you from using it in a portrait mode. If you want to read an article or a graphic novel on the Lenovo Tab P10 then you should do so. However, please note that it is not as heavy as the iPad.
Like most Android tablets, the key to enjoying the Lenovo Tab P10 is "Don't expect the iPad."
However, another attraction is that the iPad cannot be reached. Although Lenovo lists tablets as stand-alone products, most retailers in the UK are selling tablets with speaker docks. It looks like a small bar speaker with a fairly smart fabric grille covering most of its front.
Lenovo tried to reconstruct the sensitivity of the Echo speaker using three far-field microphone arrays. However, it is not as sensitive as Echo; you need to be fairly clear and the volume is right.
But it does work, especially if you plan to use the Lenovo Tab P10 like me, you can honing on the kitchen bench to listen to podcasts and music while cooking. The sound quality is not very good, but it performs better than Echo Dot and has the power needed to make music workable.
There is a reasonable bass, enough volume to compete with the extractor fan, humming the microwave and other various kitchen sounds. The Lenovo Tab P10 base can also be used alone, as it operates in a surprising way.
Small metal contacts connect the base to the tablet, but this greatly shifts the power supply. The audio connection is actually done via Bluetooth. When the cradle sits alone, you can connect your phone and listen to music in this way.
The volume and Bluetooth buttons are at the top.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Display
The Lenovo Tab P10 has a 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel screen. At this size, you can see clear pixelation if remotely turned off. But if you don't spend more, you won't be more acute.
According to their own advantages, Android tablets are difficult to compete with the iPad.
However, this is a pretty good monitor for what is a mid-range tablet. The color is so colorful that the red color of the YouTube logo is almost lifelike. The maximum brightness is also very good. I think this is a "home" tablet, but the backlight is bright enough to handle outdoor activities.
The rugged IPS panel means that the Lenovo Tab P10 has no angle viewing. The fingerprint scanner is located below the display, allowing you to log in securely without a password or password.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Software
Lenovo successfully refreshed the tablet concept by merging it with the smart assistant. However, Lenovo Tab P10 software is not so new. It runs Android 8.1.0 instead of the current Android 9.0.
However, this does not seem to be a huge loss for the tablet. The Digital Wellness feature lets you monitor the time it takes to use your app, the most compelling new feature in Android 9.0. The problem with tablets is that people have stopped using them, instead of using them like mobile phones.
It is called productivity. This will add a sliver at the bottom of the screen. It saves thumb-friendly soft keys and all applications in the multitasking menu as icons. This did not significantly change Android. It just pastes another interface. However, it does make the app switch easier and faster.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Performance
The Lenovo Tab P10 has 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 450 CPU, the same as the Moto G7. This is more powerful than the Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite processors.
However, the performance is not perfect and is slightly worse than my expectations for the processor. There are no real devastating problems, but the online Tab P10 is usually a bit slow when exiting standby or occasionally switching between applications. Considering that Android phones with the same CPU feel a bit of a hassle, this may improve with software updates - if Lenovo releases it.
Game performance prices are solid, but apparently comparable to high-end Android tablets or "basic" 9.7-inch iPads. You can play Ark: Survival Evolved but it only allows you to use "low" graphic presets. PUBG can only be played with "low" visual effects. The older Asphalt 8 works fine with the "high" graphics settings, but dropping to the level below gives the game the smoothness it really needs to shine.
Lenovo Tab P10 has 32GB of storage space, although not very generous, but for many games is enough. There is also a microSD card slot.
The four-way speaker is one of the main features of the Lenovo Tab P10 tablet. They all sit in front: when the table is in the landscape, two are at the top and the other two are at the bottom.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Battery Life
The Lenovo Tab P10 has a 7000mAh battery, about 10% more than a Kindle Fire HD 10 battery. According to the 2014 MobileMark test results, Lenovo said it will last for 15 hours - this is a fairly old benchmark. How to use it on Android devices is also a mystery. This is Windows software.
Lenovo Tab P10 - Camera
Like most tablets, the Lenovo Tab P10 has a basic camera. There is an 8 megapixel sensor on the back of the device and a 5 megapixel unit on the front.
It has an HDR mode, but you have to open it manually, it is very slow. Standard lenses are much faster, but because the hardware is not very good, using HDR will get better results.
Lenovo showed off one in the tablet and smart speakers, injecting more life into the tablet concept.
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