In the tablet sector there is still competition, so Lenovo has just presented five new models with which it can meet the needs depending on the price range of each user. We are going to talk about the Lenovo Tab E8, an 8-inch tablet whose most attractive feature is its speaker compatible with Dolby Atmos.
These new models are dedicated to different sectors due to their characteristics, the Lenovo Tab E7 is the smallest and has Android Go, the Lenovo Tab E10 has 10 inches, the Lenovo Tab M10 is a lighter version of the one mentioned above and finally the Lenovo Tab P10, this being the most expensive.
Lenovo Tab E8, a lightweight tablet with Dolby Atmos sound
The Lenovo Tab E8 is intended for an audience that wants a tablet that fairly fulfills everything that is asked of it. This is because inside it we find a processor signed by MediaTek, the MT8163 B that has a clock speed of 1.3 GHz, in terms of RAM we have 1GB and for storage we have 16GB, but with expansion by microSD up to 128GB. We see that it is not powerful and will fulfill day-to-day tasks without any fanfare.
In the aesthetic section of the Lenovo Tab E8 we also do not find premium materials, but materials made to withstand the ravages of use. We will not have metal or glass on the back, but a plastic material that will be able to withstand sporadic falls. It is only available in one color at the moment, "Slate black" Lenovo calls it a slightly metallic black color.
The screen of the Lenovo Tab E8 is 8 inches as its name says and its resolution is HD . We could expect it to be Full HD, but taking into account the size and the sector to which it is intended, this decision is perfectly understandable, but being in 2018 we would have expected a Full HD panel. As we said at the beginning, its most interesting part is its speaker compatible with Dolby Atmos, so listening to music can be a very rewarding experience.
The Lenovo Tab E8 has Android Nougat as its operating system. Its battery is 4850 mAh which according to Lenovo can give up to 10 hours of continuous video playback. If we buy it in the box we will find the network adapter corresponding to the country we are in, a USB cable and the quick start book. We can only wait and see when it comes out in our country and at what price, which we assume will not be high.