The Motorola Tab G70 tablet, which appeared on the Google Play Console has gone on sale in India. It comes with a 11 inch screen and packs a Helio G90T processor. Indian retailer Flipkart has put up a landing page for the device, confirming its features.
Compared to the existing Tab G20, this newcomer is a big higher in specs and performance. It also comes with a higher price. The Tab G70 uses an 11 inch screen with a 15:9 aspect ratio and a Quad HD resolution, which is most likely 2000 x 1200 pixels. It promises up to 400 nits of brightness and comes with Widevine certification in order to watch high def content from Amazon and Netflix.
Quad speakers are also included with Dolby Atmos for a more immersive audio experience. If you want gaming the MediaTek Helio G90T CPU is for you, a 12 nm chipset with two Cortex-A76 cores, 6 A55 cores and a Mali-G76 GPU. It will run a pure and stock Android 11 and use 64 GB of storage and a microSD card slot, that supports up to 1 TB more.
No mention of RAM capacity, but as far as we know, it should be 4 GB. Moto Tab G70 is made out of aluminum alloy and has a dual tone finish on the back side. It’s a water repellant body in the mix, with IP52 certification. There’s also a 7700 mAh battery here, that provides up to 15 hours of usage and also does 20W fast charging. There’s an 8 MP front camera and 13 MP back shooter as well. The Tab G70 is expected to drop in India on January 18, but sadly we have no price.