The American brand Motorola, which now belongs to the Chinese tech giant Lenovo, is preparing to launch its new tablet computer. It will be a mid-range model called Moto Tab G70, which will be announced soon. And on the eve of its debut, the new product was listed in the Google Play Console database.
The new Moto Tab G70 is based on the MT8183A chipset. This is a special version of the Kompanio 500 processor (MT8183) designed for tablet computers. The platform includes four Cortex-A73 processing cores and four Cortex-A53 cores with a clock speed of up to 2 GHz. The ARM Mali-G72 accelerator is responsible for graphics processing. The company will make the chip 4 GB of RAM.
The front panel of the tablet has a display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels and a pixel density of 240 PPI. The screen size is not specified in the database, but knowing the resolution and pixel density, we calculated that it has a diagonal of about 9.7 inches. The device is powered by the mobile operating system Android 11. From wireless communications, the novelty will support Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, GPS and FM radio.
According to insiders, Moto Tab G70 will be available in two versions with different memory sizes. The basic version will receive 64 GB of internal memory, and the top version will be equipped with a built-in 128 GB storage. It is not specified whether the new Motorola tablet will receive a variant with support for fifth generation cellular networks.