Motorola Moto Tab G20 launched with 8-inch LCD, Helio P22T chipset
As expected Motorola announced its Moto Tab G20 Android tablet earlier today. The device carries an 8-inch LCD with HD+ resolution, Helio P22T chipset and a 5,100 mAh battery. These specs sound familiar as they match Lenovo’s third-gen Tab M8 slate.
The Moto Tab G20 comes in a single 3GB RAM and 32GB storage trim and it also has a microSD slot for expansion. Android 11 covers the software front and Motorola is also bringing a Kids Space mode. You get a 2MP front-facing cam and a 5MP sensor around the back. There’s also Dolby Atmos coming from the single bottom-mounted speaker. The tablet also boasts a headphone jack and charges over USB-C at 10W speeds.
Moto Tab G20 comes in a single Platinum Grey color and retails for INR 10,999 ($148). First sales in India start on October 2.
Amazon apps not working in this new motorola tab. Apparently a known problem in lenovo tabs M8 and M10 for past two years.
- 25 Oct 2021
Single speaker is useless for gaming experience as well as Dolby Atmos. Cameras should have been 5/8 mp combination. Absolutely nothing to get excited about this weak offering.
- 09 Oct 2021
Man this really is cr@p for its price. Even a regular person won't buy it for kids for 148? Even huawei released a kid tab with similar specs for a 100
- 01 Oct 2021