Motorola has introduced a new tablet in its Moto Tab lineup - a model labeled G20 - a proposition for those looking for basic task equipment with a low price tag.
The new Motorola tablet is a novelty, getting an 8-inch LCD display with a basic resolution of HD+, that is 1280 x 800 pixels. The hardware is equipped with a chip MediaTek Helio P22T-it is an eight-core SoC, often found in low-cost smartphones and tablets.
The work of this chip is supported by 3 GB of RAM, in turn, for ROM we get 32 GB - fortunately, we have the possibility to install microSD cards.
You can use the main camera 5 MP for shooting, in turn, on the front there is a basic 2 MP camera for taking selfies. On the bottom edge of the device there is a speaker with Dolby Atmos support, and Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth version 5.0 modules are responsible for connectivity support. The 5100 mAh battery charges via USB Type-C.
All of this was enclosed in an aluminum case and uses Android 11. First of all, the tablet will go on sale in India - the price of this model is approx. $150.