Lenovo reported a tablet-like cell phone at the current year’s MWC for clients searching for a gigantic screen on a financial plan. The Lenovo Tab V7 – as the name recommends – houses an immense 6.9-inch IPS LCD screen and an incredible 5,180 mAh battery to keep it alive.
Indeed, even Lenovo markets it as a telephone tablet half and half. It’s controlled by the low-end Snapdragon 450 chipset helped by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of interior stockpiling. MIcroSD card support is within reach and you can stick up to 128GB. The showcase itself has a shockingly high goals given the value point and the idea of the item – 1080 x 2160 pixels, which represents 18:9 angle proportion.
Lenovo centers for the most part around the mixed media capacities of the handset as it offers Dolby Audio-tuned forward looking stereo speakers and the screen-to-body proportion is fairly great – 81% as per Lenovo.
A unique mark peruser sits on the back alongside the 13MP primary camera. The front shooter is simply 5MP, however the two units bolster representation modes, which is clearly prepared completely by programming since there are no extra profundity detecting cameras. The Tab V7 keeps running with Android 9.0 Pie out of the case.
The handset will spring up in stores beginning April with a sticker price of €249.