The Moto Tab G20
Motorola has not released a new tablet in 10 years, but the drought is coming to an end. Indian retailer Philip Kart has revealed that the company will launch the Moto Tab G20 on September 30 (next Thursday).
This tablet will be exclusively for kids who use it for school work and recreation. It runs near-stock Android 11 Kids with Earn mode. And it will have a metallic body, which should be quite durable.
Other than that it doesn’t like much, much for the “why” cheap. It will have an 8 “IPS LCD and Dolby Atmos audio. Android comes with a Helio P22T chipset (12 nm, 8x A53 CPU) with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage (there must be a MicroSD slot).
The battery will be on the right side with a capacity of 5,100 mAh. It’s much like the Lenovo Tab M8 (3rd gen) tablet that was released earlier this year and will be compared to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite (also from earlier this year, from INR 12,000). Begin).
Flipkart and Motorola have been unveiled by Motorola on October 1, so next week will be busy (there should be a new TV, in between things). As it should be, the Big Billionaires promo campaign is under stress.