According to recent leaks, tech giant Lenovo is ready to launch its high-configuration tablet for budget-segment handset users. The devices will probably have a MediaTek processor running on the Android platform. The rumor flared after a recent Google Play Console listing. However, the company hasn’t yet made official statements about the launch.
If the speculations are to be accurate, Lenovo Tab Extreme will be a high-end Android tablet with a slew of features made for durability and performance. This flagship tablet will carry forward the legacy of its Tab P12 Pro. Unfortunately, we don’t know much about it beyond its Google Play Console listing.
It is very early to guess the configuration and other details of the device on the basis of this listing. All that we guessed was on the basis of an image rendered online. The image shows the search console listing in a bit of detail.
We can’t comment on its camera and battery either since the images showcasing the listing don’t tell anything about the tablet’s back panel. It’s therefore early to comment on the design of the device and what its rear-facing camera setup will look like.
If we go by the image, the listing shows that the tech conglomerate Lenovo has registered the device as the Tab Extreme.
The device is assigned the model number TB570FU. The listing also reveals that the upcoming high-configuration tablet may come with 3,000 x 1,876 pixels display and 320 PPI. If this is true, we can expect that the Lenovo Tab Extreme will have an 11-inch panel and a 16:10 aspect ratio.
Going further with the listing, the product might arrive with thin display bezels to give users maximum clarity and a great view while using the tablet. The company has probably decided to make its camera positioning more visible.
The listing shows that the upcoming tablet will have a landscape-mounted front-facing camera and hardware buttons. They will be sitting there similar to how the camera and hardware buttons are placed on iPad Pro.
On the configuration front too, the Lenovo tablet appears to be one that is fully loaded with features and functions built for performance. The Lenovo Tab Extreme features the Dimensity 9000 chipset powered by MediaTek.
The Dimensity 9000 chipset is the enhanced version of the Dimensity 9200. The chipset is designed to offer high performance. It has one ARM Cortex-X2 prime core, three Cortex-A710 cores, four Cortex-A510 cores, and a Mali-G710 MP10 GPU all based on a 4 nm manufacturing process.
The listing further reveals a bit about its memory and storage capacity. If the Google Play Console listing is believed, the Lenovo Tab Extreme will come packed with at least 8 GB of RAM for superb and long-lasting performance. The device runs on the Android 13 mobile operating system.
It’s difficult to assume when the company will launch the device. Since the listing is already there on the Google search console, the product may hit the shelves in the coming weeks.