I only have Motorola A statement New tablet in the Brazilian market. It comes a day after the same tablet with the name Motorola Tab G70 appeared on Flipkart in India. When it comes to the Indian market, the device will not be launched till January 18. However, thanks to the introduction in Brazil, we already know what the device will bring to the desk. As expected, the Motorola Tab G70 is expected to enhance the brand’s identity and presence in the tablet segment. Android tablets are coming back in light of their need, and even Google is finally making some efforts to improve the Android 12L experience. Let’s see what the Moto Tape G70 looks like in the Trends section.
Motorola Tape G70
Motorola Tape G70 is what big screen enthusiasts are looking for. The tablet offers a large 11-inch IPS LCD screen with a good resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. It is very bright with the usual brightness of 400 nits. Unfortunately, the screen only updates at 60Hz. However, we do not see tablets with higher refresh rates every day. To make the multimedia experience even deeper, Motorola has included a quad-speaker system that delivers Dolby Atmos adjustments on this tablet. No big surprise to see the Dolby Atmos here, after all, it’s still a Lenovo-made tablet.
In terms of performance, we get a decent but advanced MediaTek Helio G90T SoC with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Regardless of the limitations and the old 12nm configuration, this chipset is still capable of performing everyday tasks and some games without any hassle. It is worth noting that this chipset is much better than the Helio G80 in the Realme panel in India. You can further expand the memory with the microSD card slot.
The Moto Tab G70 has a 13MP main camera on the back. For selfies and video calls, there is a nice 8MP selfie snapper. The country gets its power from a huge 7,700 mAh battery that charges at a decent speed of 20 watts via USB Type-C. Interestingly, the tablet also offers IP52 waterproof design and weighs 500 grams. Unfortunately, the tablet still runs on Android 11 OS. At this point, Samsung only has tablets running Android 12.
The Motorola Tape G70 comes in a green color. In Brazil, it sells for 2,399 Brazilian riyals (approximately $ 433). However, Brazil is not a criterion for price. The country is known for having the highest taxes on electronics. Its price should be low in India and other markets, otherwise the attractiveness of the tablet will be ruined. Frankly, the $ 433 on the Helio G90D is not cheap. At the right price, this tablet will be a strong competitor to the Realme Pad in India.
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