It’s not an easy thing to find a premium Android tablet that has more than 8 inches of display. Sure, this year’s Galaxy Note 10.1 from Samsung does come loaded with lots of premium features but that plastic exterior is not one of them and it doesn’t really pass our test. But Lenovo new Yoga Tablet announced at the MWC 2014 edition looks pretty stylish and sleek, unlike their disappointing the Yoga tablet 8.
The Yoga 10 comes covered in aluminum and which makes it feel more premium and reliable than the other Lenovo tablets. It has a kickstand that flips-open which lets you flip the tablet out, put it down to type or place it up. The kickstand doesn’t flip out easily and you can’t really open it with your fingernail since there is no slit and that make it a bit tricky.
Lenovo’s new Yoga tablet 10 is full HD and has a screen of 1080p, a 2 GB RAM, their famous quad-core Snapdragon 1.6 GHz processor and the 8Mp frontal camera. The battery is 9.000mAh and Lenovo promises that it can be used to charge Android phones since it comes with a B-type USB cable. Lenovo also stated that the battery lasts 18 hours. We really hope this to be true since if you don’t always carry your laptop around it means that the only way to ensure your smartphone’s battery is through your tablet.
LENOVO’S NEW YOGA TABLET 10 ANNOUNCED – IT FEATURES THE DOit APP SERIES
Another great thing about the Yoga 10 tablet is that it comes packed with their new DOit series app suite which are available from Google Play store.
Lenovo’s new Yoga tablet 10 comes in 3G and Wi-fi variants and it will hit the stores starting with April with a price of 350$.