In 2011, Motorola is one of the most recognizable names in the world of Android tablets, through its Motorola Xoom product line. But after that Motorola tablet absent from the market for many years. Various Android manufacturers are launching new tablets, but as sales continue to decline, many of them focus on producing smartphones only. But, Lenovo seems to survive, and this company has just introduced a new tablet called Moto Tab.
What makes this device a bit more special is its debut under the Motorola brand, under the name Moto Tab. after being acquired by Lenovo, Motorola decided to re-develop the tablet by introducing a new product called Moto Tab.
The tablet comes with two front speakers – and is more optimized to make it easier for users to watch videos and more. It also includes a special mode called TV Mode – making it easier for users to enjoy broadcast television, video content and more easily with this tablet. In addition, users can also set up to 7 different profiles – making this tablet friendly for family use.
Present exclusively through AT & T operators in the United States (US), Moto Tab is a tablet that is focused for entertainment purposes and equipped with TV Mode to deliver streaming DirectTV video made by AT & T.
Moto Tab users can watch streaming broadcast via home screen or lock screen with TV Mode. DirectTV itself becomes the main feature that is presented through Moto Tab.
Moto Tab’s own specifications include the middle class. Tablet with 10.1-inch screen (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) Full HD is equipped Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chip paired with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. Dual speakers and Dolby Atmos® will complement the brilliant FHD IPS screen to deliver the cinematic experience. Moto Tab runs the Android 7.1 operating system
Other facilities include a USB-C port for charging and data transfer, as well as a fingerprint scanner, as summarized by KompasTekno of 9to5Google, Wednesday (15/11/2017).
Lenovo as the owner of Motorola since 2014, Moto Tab will be launched on November 17. Starting this Friday, AT&T customers can visit an AT&T store to purchase the Moto Tab for $15 a month for 20 months with an AT&T Installment plan, or $299.99 with no contract. Lenovo also offers accessories for Moto Tab that will be sold separately, such as full-sized Bluetooth keyboard and Touchpad mouse and Lenovo Home assistant dock.