While everyone is busy launching high-end smartphones and gadgets at the MWC event, Lenovo has launched an affordable tablet – the Tab V7. It costs €249 and it will go on sale starting April in Europe. According to Lenovo, the Tab V7 is a “tablet-and-smartphone-in-one”. Let us have a look at what it has to offer.
Lenovo Tab V7 Features and Specifications
The Lenovo Tab V7 features a 6.9-inch IPS LCD. This screen size is kind of a sweet spot between a smartphone and a tablet, as it is neither be too big for a smartphone nor too small for a tablet. The display has Full HD+ resolution, keeping the pixel density well-above 350 PPI, making sure that you don’t see any pixelation on the screen. There is however no Gorilla Glass protection.
Big display demands more power, and the Tab V7 takes care of that very well – it has a massive 5180mAh battery. As the Lenovo Tab V7 focuses mainly on multimedia consumption, it has front-facing stereo speakers, which are Dolby Audio tuned. The device also has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The cameras on the Lenovo Tab V7 aren’t very impressive. There is a 13MP camera at the back, and a 5MP camera at the front. Even though there is no depth-sensor on either side, both cameras support portrait mode.
As the Lenovo Tab V7 is a budget device, it comes with an entry-level Snapdragon 450 processor. The Snapdragon 450 isn’t great when it comes to gaming and performing heavy tasks, but it can handle day-to-day multitasking without any major hiccups. The device comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There is no other configuration on offer. Fortunately, there is a microSD card slot. On the software side, the Tab V7 has Android 9 Pie operating system.
The Lenovo Tab V7 has full-fledged connectivity options. It comes with dual-SIM capability, 4G LTE with VoLTE, Bluetooth v4.2, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, GPS with A-GPS, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a microUSB port. Also bundled with the device are
Will Lenovo Tab V7 Launch in India?
Lenovo hasn’t confirmed yet whether it will launch the Tab V7 in India, but considering the price, and the feature-set, the Tab V7 suits the Indian market very well. I don’t see any reason why Lenovo won’t launch it in India. If the Tab V7 launches in India, it could cost somewhere around INR 15,000