Lenovo has unveiled a list of five new tablets. The Chinese company began with a ultra-affordable $70 slate and move up by manufacturing a multimedia prowess. The price of the top two models is yet to be revealed, but we can’t imagine it’s anything scary.

Lenovo Tab P10 and Tab M10

These two are 10.1-inch tablets with a solid 1920 x 1200px screen, an IPS panel no less. And they are powered by a Snapdragon 450 chipset, which with its octa-core CPU is considerably faster than what the other three tabs have.

Lenovo Tab P10

The Lenovo Tab P10 is the top model and as such it has four loudspeakers around the screen (complete with Dolby Atmos). Which is pretty impressive, considering it has slimmer bezels than its sibling.

  • Display: 10.1-inch, IPS panel, 1920 x 1200px resolution
  • CPU: Octa-Core
  • OS: Android 8 Oreo
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 450
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Internal Storage: 64 GB storage (expandable via microSD)
  • Main Camera: 5 MP
  • Front-facing Camera: 8MP
  • Weight: 440g
  • Fingerprint scanner: Yes
  • Multi-user support: Yes (each fingerprint is tied to an account).
  • Battery: 7,000mAh (reportedly last for 15 hours of video playback)
  • Speakers: Dolby Atmos speakers (4)

Lenovo Tab M10

The Lenovo Tab M10 also has Dolby Atmos speakers, but only two of them. And the battery capacity is smaller while the tablet weighs a bit more.

  • Display: 10.1-inch, IPS panel, 1920 x 1200 px resolution
  • OS: Android 8 Oreo
  • CPU: Octa-Core
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 450
  • RAM: 3 GB
  • Internal Storage: 32 GB storage (expandable via microSD)
  • Main Camera: 2 MP
  • Front-facing Camera: 5MP AF
  • Weight: 481g
  • Fingerprint scanner: Yes
  • Multi-user support: Yes (each fingerprint is tied to an account).
  • Battery: 4,850mAh
  • Speakers: Dolby Atmos speakers

Both the Lenovo Tab P10 and Tab M10 will be available later this year from Amazon.

Lenovo Tab E7

The most affordable of the set, it costs a mere $70. Clearly competing with the entry-level Kindle Fires, this one packs a 7” TN LCD display with 1,200 x 600px resolution. There’s a 0.3MP camera next to the display and a 2MP shooter on the back.

It’s an Android Oreo Go Edition tablet, which means modest hardware.

  • Display: 7-inch, IPS panel, 1200 x 600px resolution
  • OS: Android Oreo Go Edition
  • CPU: Cortex-A35 cores
  • Chipset: ee3
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB storage (expandable via microSD)
  • Main Camera: 2 MP
  • Front-facing Camera: 5MP AF
  • Battery: 2750mAh
  • Available: October, 2018
  • Price: $70

The Tab E7 will be available exclusively from Walmart, starting in October.

Lenovo Tab E10

Despite costing $130, this one is more in line with the P10 and M10. It sports a 10” screen (1,280 x 800px, IPS LCD) with front-facing stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support.

The battery and camera are the same as the Tab M10.

  • Display: 10-inch, IPS panel, 1280 x 800 px resolution
  • OS: Android Oreo
  • CPU: Quad Cortex-A7 processor
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 210
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB storage (expandable via microSD)
  • Main Camera: 2 MP
  • Front-facing Camera: 5MP AF
  • Battery: 4,850mAh
  • Speakers: Dolby Atmos speakers (front)
  • Price: $130

The Tab E10 will also be available exclusively from Walmart starting in October.

Lenovo Tab E8

It’s a $100 tablet that boasts just a few things – an 8” 1,280 x 800px IPS LCD and a single Dolby Atmos speaker on the front.

It has the same battery 4,850mAh battery (10 hours of video playback) and camera (5MP and 2MP) as the Tab M10 and E10.

  • Display: 8-inch, IPS LCD, 1280 x 800px resolution
  • OS: Android Nougat
  • CPU: Quad A53 cores
  • Chipset: MediaTek MT8163B
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Internal Storage: 16 GB storage (expandable via microSD)
  • Main Camera: 2 MP
  • Front-facing Camera: 5MP AF
  • Fingerprint scanner: Yes
  • Battery: 4,850mAh (10 hours of video playback)
  • Speakers: Dolby Atmos speakers
  • Price: $100

The Tab E8 is available at Walmart today.

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