+ Tuesday July 23rd, 2019

Need a new 10″ tablet? Looks like Lenovo is going to be refreshing their Yoga Tab 3 line at IFA with a new Tab 3 Plus 10 model that’s leaked ahead of their announcements at IFA next month.

We’ve seen the tablet run through the FCC already, but this leak adds in some press renders and of course more details about what’s under the hood.

The tablet has the familiar magazine style form factor with the cylindrical edge containing a massive battery that will give you up to 18 hours of video playback on the 10″ WQXGA (2560×1600) resolution display. The cylinder also fits the Yoga stand which lets you use the tablet in a number of formats including hanging it from a hook like a picture frame.

Under the hood there’s plenty of power, with Lenovo moving away from the Mediatek processors of the original Yoga 3 and into a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 SoC clocked at 1.8GHz with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (Yes, there’s a microSD card slot). Lenovo is including a 13MP camera, as well as USB-C port to charge that big 9300mAh battery and if you love your sound, the Dolby Atmos speakers on board will certainly make your video viewing a pleasure.

There’s no mention of the projector that Lenovo has been including on their high-end Yoga Tab series but we can hope there may be some other models to be announced next month. Lenovo will apparently priced the Wi-Fi model of the Yoga Tab 3 Plus 10 at €349 ($516AUD) while an LTE model will hit around €400 ($592AUD).

Source: Winfuture.

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