A massive 18.4" Lenovo tablet with QHD screen found in benchmark

Peter, 12 May, 2016

Recently we've seen a few Android-powered tablets that are the size of an all-in-one PC. Lenovo seems to be working on one such tablet - the PB2-690N.

That's clearly not the final name, but the "PB1" is the 6.8" Phab Plus. This could be the sequel, but it's a monster movie.

According to GFX Bench, the new tablet will have an 18.4" screen with 2,560 x 1,440px resolution. That's better than Samsung's 18.4" Galaxy View (1080p) and Alcatel's 17.3" Xess (1080p screen also).

The new Lenovo will be powered by the Snapdragon 652 chipset - evidenced by its octa-core design, which includes four Cortex-A72s. The memory situation is solid with 4GB of RAM and 64GB out of the box.

The tablet will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which will likely include a split screen mode like the Yoga tablets have. Additional features include an 8MP main camera, 0.3MP front camera.

(PS. the image above shows the IdeaCentre A720, a 27" AiO PC)

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  • Anonymous

Chuck Norris made it for them... He doesn't need a tab, it's Lenovo that needs Chuck Norris

  • AnonD-521640

I hope soon Lenovo will launch a VR for it. that would be great. Awesome 3D effect. hehehe...

  • Anonymous

now i can have even more fun while texting n driving !!!!!! no one will ever notice

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