Lenovo Tab 7 & Tab 7 Essential Launched For $100 & $70 Respectively [Full Specifications]
The Chinese tech giant, Lenovo, has released two new tabs, Lenovo Tab 7 and Tab 7 Essential at $100 and $80 separately making them one of the cheapest tabs on the market. Both Lenovo Tab 7 and Tab 7 Essential tablets feature mostly similar specifications, design, and a 7-inch display. However, the only difference between the two is the display resolution and the processor.
Lenovo Tab 7
The Lenovo's Tab 7 priced at $99. The device flaunts a 7-inch 720p display and under the hood carries the quad-core MediaTek MT8161 chipset, which is clocked at 1.3GHz. There is normal 1GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage. For the camera department, rear side consists of a 5MP sensor while video calls and selfies are facilitated by the 2MP front-facing camera, as reported by Gizmochina.
Lenovo Tab 7 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. It is powered by a battery that brags about 15 hours of usage. The device has Bluetooth 4.0, charges via a micro USB port and features a 3.5mm jack. Lenovo Tab 7 is available in Black and White.
Lenovo Tab 7 Essential
Lenovo Tab 7 Essential is a toned down version of the Tab 7. It boasts a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600. The quad-core MediaTek MT8167D clocked at 1.3GHz powers the tablet attached with 1GB RAM and 16GB of built-in storage, according to TheAndroidSoul.
The rear side camera of Lenovo Tab 7 Essential has a 2MP sensor and the front camera has a 2MP sensor. The device runs Android 7.0 Nougat, has Bluetooth 4.0 and features of a 20-hour battery life and priced $79.99 and is available in black.
The Lenovo Tab 7 set back at only $99, and the Tab 7 Essential is even lighter in the pocket at $79. Both the tablets are now available to purchase on Lenovo's official website in black and white color variants.