Lenovo has finally launched its Yoga Tab Android tablet in India today. The slate comes in two variants, one with an 8-inch display (Yoga 8) and another with a 10-inch display(Yoga 10). The company has priced the Yoga 8 at Rs.22,999 and the Yoga 10 at Rs.28,999. The only difference with the two tablets happens to be their display size. Everything else is the same.
Both tablets sport Lenovo's multi-mode feature, meaning that they allow users to work in three distinct modes: Hold, stand and tilt. There's a cylindrical handle placed at one end for gripping. Staying in line with its mantra of offering high-battery life devices, Lenovo says that both the new tablets can deliver up to 18 hours of battery life.
Moving onto specifications, both tablets use quad-core MediaTek processors. The Wi-Fi variants house a MediaTek MT8125 processor, while the 3G variants house a MediaTek MT8389 processor. They both house 1GB of RAM.
Apart from this, you can pick the tablets up in two storage variants, 16GB and 32GB. However, both slates come an option to expand via microSD up to 64GB. For imaging, there's a 5MP Auto Focus camera in the rear and a VGA camera up front for video chats.
Lenovo has a tempting offer for early bird buyers. For customers who buy the tablet by November 24th, the company is giving an accessory bundle - sleeve cover, screen protector and earphone - worth Rs 4,000 for 8-inch and Rs 5,000 for 10-inch.
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