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Motorola's new rumored tablet may just be the Lenovo Tab 4

06 May 2017, 02:23 | Deanna Wagner

Image Android Police

Image Android Police

The publication says that it's 9-10 inches in diagonal size and that it has a premium feel; however, there's now no information on the processor, screen dimensions or even a name. At the moment, there is no word on when, where, or for how much this new Motorola tablet will be released. Moreover, the update will enable as well a date saver feature that reduces data consumption, Android Police reported. According to reports, this feature allows users to make a fast switch between apps, a multi-window view, not to mention being efficient for Work users.

If Motorola Android tablet will materialize with pro features, it is safe to assume that it will come with a stylus accessory.

The Moto Z Play was probably the best of Motorola's first round of modular Z phones. As soon as we find out more about the gadget, we will let you know.


In fact, very few well known smartphone makers are still producing Android tablets, so this new Motorola device could be significant.

Moto's parent company Lenovo usually holds a summer showcase for new products so there's a chance we could be seeing this slate rock up next month. The screen shot Android Police received from its source also suggests that the Moto tablet will have a dedicated app drawer button, which would make users' lives a lot easier. The only other relevant information that was provided about the device is that Motorola could offer models of the tablet with cellular connectivity. However, the switch to enable/disable the productivity mode is all new, it seems.

Furthermore, the Productivity Mode shifts all the Android navigation buttons to one side of the tablet screen. To close an app, users will just need to long-press on an app icon and then slide it up away from the navbar. As far as the display is concerned, Motorola Android tablet is rumored to deliver breathtaking visual experience.



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