Announcement. Moto Tab G62 - an old friend under a new name

Photo Announcement. Moto Tab G62 - an old friend under a new name

In distant India, a tablet called Moto Tab G62 was announced. Nothing new. Do you remember that the Motorola brand is owned by Lenovo? So exactly the same device is sold "globally" under the name Lenovo Tab M10 Plus Gen 3. Only Lenovo has more varieties - both from memory, and there is a version with support for LTE networks. And there are even versions on a different chipset. But Motorola does not have all this diversity.

There is another twin brother. Sold in China, called 平板小新Pad 2022, i.e. Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad 2022.

Back to the Moto Tab G62 and take a quick look ati with characteristics.

The chipset is rather modest. Snapdragon 680 averages around 250K points in AnTuTu.

Memory. So far, only one option has been noticed - 4 + 64 GB. Also very modest.

10.6" (320 cm²) screen, 2000x1200 (220 ppi) resolution. No higher refresh rates, just standard 60Hz.

The battery is 7700 mAh, and even with a fairly fast charge - 20 watts. The chambers are simple, single. 8 MP front and rear.

There is no mobile internet support. There is dual-band Wi-Fi, Type-C. Of the interesting, except that I will mention four speakersyou can. They say the sound quality is what you need!

And about money. Moto Tab G62 will cost ₹15999 (₽12300, $201) at launch.

Motorola Moto Tab G62 Key Features:

ScreenS-IPS, 10.6", 320 cm², 2000x1200, 220 ppi, 60 Hz, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareQualcomm Snapdragon 680
2.4 GHz, 4 x Kryo 265 (Cortex-A73), 4 x Kryo 265 (Cortex-A53), Adreno 610 MemoryRAM 4 GB, ROM 64 GB, Micro-SD up to 1 TB Rechargeable Li-Pol, 7700 mAh, fast charging 20.00 W Dimensions251.2 x 158.8 x 7.45 mm Weight465 g Rear camera: 8 MP, f/2.2, 1.12μm, no flash, autofocus
front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo OSAndroid 12 SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Illumination, Hall USBType-C v2.0

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