Lenovo M10 Plus with 7000mAh battery Launched: Features, Specifications and Price

Lenovo M10

Lenovo has announced the launch of the Lenovo M10 Plus in China. The main variation of the Lenovo M10 Plus is the integration of a 10-3-inch FHD display coupled with an Helio P22T chipset. Moreover, the tablet borrows adequate power via a massive 7000mAh battery, which is capable of delivering an extended backup time.

The 10.3-inch FHD display provides a screen-to-body ratio of 87 percent. The tablet only weighs 480 grams, which is less than the standard 10-inch tablets. Moreover, the thickness is lesser at 8.5mm. Under the hood, the Lenovo M10 Plus is powered by an Helio P22T processor on top of 4GB RAM. The tablet is available in both 64GB and 128GB expandable storage capacities. You will be able to extend the storage up to 256GB via a microSD card slot.

The device is loaded with Android 9 Pie, which is outdated. Lenovo usually stops giving software updates after a while for tablets and hence you have to be careful while making the purchase decisions. While the rear side offers a 13MP camera, the front-facing camera is accompanied by an 8MP sensor. In addition to a massive battery, the Lenovo M10 Plus provides support for 10W fast charging via USB Type-C port.

In addition to LTE, the Lenovo M10 Plus provides support for Wi-Fi, dual-sided speakers and headphone port. The audio segment is loaded with Dolby Atmos support. The tablet also offers POGO pins, which enables you to connect accessories.

The Lenovo M10 Plus is priced at CNY 1599 and is currently available for pre-order in China. We don’t have any information as to the availability of the tablet outside China. The chances are bleak since companies are now concentrating on the release of next-generation smartphones. The COVID-19 outbreak has played spoil sport as far Technology sector is concerned.

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