Lenovo Small-Sized Gaming Tablet Is Coming Soon

Lenovo is a significant PC and tablet manufacturer in the globe. It has a diverse product line that can compete with any major brand. However, there are some markets where this brand has yet to establish itself. Say, there aren’t many gaming products available under this name. Sure, it has some, but Lenovo isn’t synonymous with gaming devices. In any case, it’s possible that this will be resolved in the near future. On Weibo today, Lenovo China Consumer Customer Marketing Director tweeted a picture of a new tablet. There’s every reason to believe it’ll be the long-rumored tiny gaming tablet.


So, let’s get down to business. Though we don’t know many details regarding this tablet, we can make some educated guesses based on the image. As an example, we can see that the tablet’s frame is not of equal width. The one with a front camera is significantly larger.

The current common Android tablet size is approximately 11 inches. Furthermore, there aren’t many small-sized models on the market. Android tablet manufacturers are unlikely to want to enter a market dominated by the iPad mini. In some ways, Lenovo’s “gaming tablet” may pose a threat to the iPad mini. The latter, however, is not a gaming tablet. Although its hardware allows us to play pretty demanding games on it, this does not imply that it is aimed at mobile gamers. The size of around 8 inches is better for gaming control and has more cooling area than mobile phones. As a result, such items may be successful.

Lenovo has announced the Xiaoxin Tablet Pro in 11.5 and 12.6 inches, as well as the YOGA Pad Pro in 13 inches. They have the Snapdragon 870 processor, which is very popular. However, we doubt that Lenovo’s future small-screen gaming tablet would include such a strong processor. This, on the other hand, will be responsible for activities involving graphics processing. As a result, there’s every reason to believe Lenovo will ignore price-related issues in favor of focusing only on performance.

The iPad Mini, which will be the closest competitor to the next small-sized game tablet, features an 8.3-inch Liquid Retina (1488 x 2266) display, hexa-core Apple A15 Bionic chip, 64GB + 256GB storage combination, 12MP rear camera, and 12MP front camera, among other features. The battery, which provides up to 10 hours of autonomy, is one of the most intriguing aspects.

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