Unannounced Lenovo Tab M10 5G shows up online

Victor, 08 May 2021

It seems Lenovo is working hard on a new batch of tablets. Hot on the heels of the alleged Yoga Pad Pro leak form a couple of days ago, detailing a intriguing tablet, with HDMI input support, we are now seeing a more-traditional form-factor tablet also pop-up in various places. As per the name suggests - the Tab M10 5G is a more budget-friendly model, with a display diagonal around 10 inches. It now has is own page in the Google Play console, complete with a small and not particularly telling render, as well as a TB-X607Z model number.

Lenovo Tab M10 5G on the Google Play Console Lenovo Tab M10 5G on the Google Play Console
Lenovo Tab M10 5G on the Google Play Console

The listing also mentions the Qualcomm SM6350 chipset, which is the Snapdragon 690 5G - an 8nm chipset, with six Kryo 560 Silver cores, clocked at up to 1.7 GHz and two Kryo 560 Gold ones, at up to 2.0 GHz, plus an Adreno 619L GPU and an integrated X51 5G modem. A nice step up from the Helio P22 chips found in earlier Tab M10 models. It is paired with 6GB of RAM and is pushing pixels to a 1200 x 1920-pixel panel.

The same TB-X607Z model number can also be found in a few recent GeekBench listings online. These don't provide any additional info and simply reaffirm things like the Snapdragon 690 5G chipset, 6GB of RAM and Android 11 OS.

Lenovo Tab M10 5G GeekBench listing
Lenovo Tab M10 5G GeekBench listing

We have no info on pricing or availability for the Lenovo Tab M10 5G yet. Though, in light of the recent Yoga Tab Pro rumors and leaks, we already mentioned, it is possible to expect an event or at least announcement for a few devices from Lenovo shortly.

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  • Rasputian666

Budget offering at 6gb RAM? Dream on... In the past 2-3 years the tablet market has been unilaterally dominated by Apple. Not to say in Android Market the very existence of a Tablet was felt unnecessary or should it be driven by the greed to sell pho...

This seems like a nice, budget-fiendly tablet. Iā€™m looking to replace my Lenovo P10, as they seem to no longer support it, and this could be a very nice upgrade, if the price is right.

  • GAVR

If its price is not expensive, it could be a good deal for an android tablet, since there are not many options for affordable ones with decent specs.

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