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Competitor to the iPad mini and the world’s first color-changing tablet. Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced

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In February of this year, Lenovo Savior launched the Legion Y700, a compact tablet designed for mobile gaming enthusiasts. It was well received by fans, so the manufacturer released a new version. The device was called a worthy competitor to the iPad mini from the world of Android.

Competitor to the iPad mini and the world's first color-changing tablet.  Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced

Lenovo announced yesterday that a special version of the Lenovo Legion Y700 with an electrochromic glass back panel will soon go on sale. The tablet is available in two colors: ice white and bright blue. The manufacturer claims that this is the first tablet that can change the color of the back panel.

In terms of configuration, the new version is in line with the previously released Legion Y700. The device is equipped with an 8.8-inch LCD display that covers 100% of the DCI P3 color gamut. It has a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a touch sampling rate of 240Hz.

Competitor to the iPad mini and the world's first color-changing tablet.  Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced

The Legion Y700 gaming tablet features a 3.5mm headphone jack and the usual array of buttons such as volume controls, a power button, and a dedicated switch for the resource monitor window in game mode. Inside, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 single-chip system is installed, which is paired with 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal flash memory. It is powered by a large 6550mAh battery that supports 45W fast charging and is powered by ZUI 13. The Legion Y700 has a 13MP rear camera with LED flash and an 8MP selfie camera on the front. .

Competitor to the iPad mini and the world's first color-changing tablet.  Lenovo Legion Y700 introduced

Sales will begin on August 2 at a price of $490.

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New version of Honor Tablet 8 released

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New version of Honor Tablet 8 released

In July, Honor held a new product launch conference and officially unveiled the Honor 8 tablet. Now, a new version of the Honor Tablet 8 with 8 GB of RAM in Dawning Blue color has been released. The green version will be released on August 31st.

The Honor Tablet 8 features a 12-inch 2000 x 1200 pixel LCD screen with a 10:6 aspect ratio and 1.07 billion colors. The width of the screen frame is 7.2 mm. The effective display area is 87%.

New version of Honor Tablet 8 released

Honor Tablet 8 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 single-chip system, two 5 megapixel cameras and a 7250 mAh battery. Honor Tablet 8 received eight speakers, which are rarely seen in tablets of the same class, as well as support for DTS and Hi-Res Audio.

The tablet uses the latest version of Magic UI 6.1.

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Pixel Tablet may get 64-bit Android OS

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Pixel Tablet may get 64 bit Android OS

In 2023, Google plans to bring the Pixel Tablet to the market, but the announcement is expected in the current. And yet, judging by some reports, the new tablet will come with 64-bit software. This means that it will not be able to run 32-bit applications.

Pixel Tablet may get 64 bit Android OS

This is indicated by a find made by Esper senior editor Mishaal Rahman. He revealed that Google is testing a 64-bit build of Android 13 on a device codenamed Tangor, which is believed to be the Pixel Tablet.

Since mid-2019, Google has required developers to include 64-bit support for software packages that are published to the Play Store. Thus, the company is smoothly preparing the ground for the transition to a 64-bit OS. It is noted that the latest or regularly supported applications and games in the Play Store should work on such a system without problems. Questions may arise only if you run old or not adapted programs.

As for the reasons for moving to 64-bit, the end of support for 32-bit applications will reduce the size of the codebase, speed up work, and may reduce the memory consumption of applications.

At the same time, there are still smartphones and tablets with 32-bit processors on the market. It is not yet clear whether the company will wait for their natural obsolescence or not.

Earlier, Mishaal Rahman said that Xiaomi proposed blocking the ability to install APK files from third-party sources.

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Android 12L, good protection and decent platform. Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro tablet options appeared

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Android 12L good protection and decent platform Samsung Galaxy Tab

Samsung intends to expand its range of rugged devices with the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro tablet.

Android 12L, good protection and decent platform.  Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro tablet options appeared

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The model could have come out with the XCover 6 Pro smartphone, but the company decided to release only the smartphone at first. The tablet is now lit up in the databases of regulators, so it will definitely come out and will definitely be called the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro.

It is known that there will be a version with a 5G modem, and support for Bluetooth 5.2 is also reported. The SoC Snapdragon 778G will serve as the heart, and the tablet will also have 4 GB of RAM and a screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The OS will be Android 12L.

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