Lenovo Tab Extreme Spotted Online, Comes with Dimensity 9000 Chipset


We’ve seen a massive revival of tablets lately – from Samsung and Apple’s push to market more powerful productivity devices, to Amazon’s consistent budget tablet launches, it seems like there’s never been a better time to purchase a new tablet. With that said, other manufacturers from around the globe have likewise stepped up their game, the most recent of which is Lenovo and its upcoming Tab Extreme.

The device hasn’t been announced yet, however – the Lenovo tab Extreme was spotted online via a Google Play console listing, which comes with a list of some key hardware specifications. The Tab Extreme will come with model number “TB570FU,” 8GB of RAM, a Mediatek MT8798Z (Dimensity 9000) chipset, Android 13, and a display with a 1876×3000 pixel resolution.

Based on the product render seen, the Tab Extreme will feature a relatively-modern tablet design, with slim bezels and a wide display designed primarily for use in a landscape orientation. A front-facing camera sits in the center, while the left-hand corner houses the control keys. At the moment, Lenovo has kept quiet regarding this device, but we imagine that we’ll get a formal announcement of sorts in the coming days or weeks.

Source: XDA Developers

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