Lenovo Tab4 10 Tablet (10.1 inch,16GB,Wi-Fi + 4G LTE

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Impeccable design meets impeccable functionality with this Lenovo Tab M10 HD (2nd Gen) Tablet. It comes with a 10.1-inch HD IPS with TUV Rheinland eye protection that enhances the visual experience. Running on Android 10, it is equipped with an 8MP rear and 5MP front camera. Multi-tasking is made...

Lenovo Tab4 10 Tablet (10.1 inch,16GB,Wi-Fi + 4G LTE) Slate Black

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Lenovo Tab4 10 Tablet (10.1 inch,16GB,Wi-Fi + 4G LTE
Lenovo Tab4 10 Tablet (10.1 inch,16GB,Wi-Fi + 4G LTE
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  1. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  2. Reply
    Govindaraju at

    The flip cover delivery is quick, but the quality of the cover not worth the price. Use as stand is very poor and not sturdy. Front cover is very thin and not usable as a stand. Foldable triangle size stand is not adequate and comfortable. Price is very high. It will be worth for Rs.399 only. I am not satisfied by this product and will not recommend to others. Refund is also not available and only 10 days replacement allowed.

  3. The fit is good.Wide open cuts on are sides where user buttons or sockets are available.Not such a good one for lying on bed and watching a movie or doing some work.The material quality is good.Am averagely happy with this one. The magnatic covers are not strong enough and just hangs loose.Wish I could have bought a better product out there.

  4. The fit is good.Wide open cuts on are sides where user buttons or sockets are available.Not such a good one for lying on bed and watching a movie or doing some work.The material quality is good.Am averagely happy with this one. The magnatic covers are not strong enough and just hangs loose.Wish I could have bought a better product out there.

  5. Reply
    sridhara s at

    The product was fine when I pasted the same on the Tablet. Now I see the Glass peeling out at the edges. Probably this is a old stock item and the adhesive in the product has dried off. I could not return the same as the period for return has expired, I think the product had lost the shelf life. Amazon should refrain from selling such products.

  6. Reply
    sridhara s at

    The product was fine when I pasted the same on the Tablet. Now I see the Glass peeling out at the edges. Probably this is a old stock item and the adhesive in the product has dried off. I could not return the same as the period for return has expired, I think the product had lost the shelf life. Amazon should refrain from selling such products.

  7. Reply
    Ankit Sharma at

    Body to weight ratio is excellent, you can surely go for OS devices or any other ones in this price range but LENOVO had done a very good job by providing such a perfect interface to this tablet in this price category. The cameras are not the 4k HDs but are above average and clicks better shots, the overall performance is very much faster as it is boosted with SD 625 and the 4GB RAM also contributes to make it a stunner. Thanks to 64 GB ROM, which is enough I think for a formal use. On the other hand, it was delivered before time and the packaging was very finely done by Amazon.

  8. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  9. Reply
    RBVistas at

    Was not as expected, tablet is not secured in the cover, stand is not as it shows in the picture. Not satisfied with the cover.

  10. Reply
    RBVistas at

    Was not as expected, tablet is not secured in the cover, stand is not as it shows in the picture. Not satisfied with the cover.

  11. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  12. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  13. Reply
    Varsha at

    Update: after one week of usageSmooth performance, mostly used for internet surfing and watching movies, good battery lifeBest deal, got it for 13000/-(sbi credit card discount 1500/-)So complaints for this priceLight pen, ink filling and book pad missing in box

  14. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  15. Reply
    Mustafa Shaikh at

    good but not fitted perfectly on screen.a bit smaller in size of the screen,that doesn’t covers edges of the tab.

  16. Reply
    D. N. Reddy at

    Waste product and never buy this. Within first month there is a display problem and blue lines on the screen. The customer care service also worst and it’s about a Month I had given for repair and no response till now. They are not even responding well.Now I understand what a brand like apple means. It’s totally waste of 30K.

  17. Reply
    shyamal ghosh at

    Not fitting properly….Loose fitting …Tabs falls off with a slight jerk….Magnets falling off….I have already exchanged it once but again got a same quality product….Fed up…This time i repaired the flaws my self, used some feviquick to glue the magnets into the slots and with the help of a burning candle i bent the corners enough to make it hold the tab tightly. It worked for me…..I m happy for me not the product…

  18. Reply
    Gurugajanan at

    Its absolutely not value for money product.. very cheaper quality.. not worth for 799 , its just 200 rs item. One side magnet not working. Yes it was fallen inside the box.. not exactly fits for the tab. Over priced. Max we can give for this is 200 rs

  19. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I am happy with the performance and looks of this product.This product is not compatible with Bluetooth keyboard. I have a iBall Mini Blue Keyboard. The alphabets and words get typed numerous times.I am using this keyboard with my Lenovo yoga Tab 3 8 Tablet and mobiles like One Plus 6 and other mobiles without any problems.I shall type below with the keyboard to show you the malfunction.Now when I use the bbluetooth kkekeyboard tthis is hohowhow the aalalphaalalphabaalalphaalalphabetaalalphaalalphabaalalphaalalphabets and wowordwowords are displayedisplayed.I have contacted the tabsupport twice by email but have not received any response.

  20. Reply
    Rajesh Deshpande at

    Build quality is good. Battery lasts well over a day after watching 4 hrs. HD video on Netflix or Prime. No heating issues. Dolby Atmos audio is good. Performance reduces (due to 2 GB RAM) if multiple apps are running. Haven’t played games hence cannot comment on video performance. Cannot dial a voice call with native phone app if using Jio 4G SIM. Only solution as on date is to use Jio4GVoice app.

  21. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  22. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  23. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  24. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    One star for displaying wrong info. Didn’t receive the accessories light pen, ink cartridge, book pad, except for adapted. Going to return

  25. Reply
    sumanth at

    –Pros–1. Decent price2. Display quality is good, brightness is very good even in outdoor conditions. HD display resolution is ok for movies, but not crisp for reading text (lenovo tab4 8 plus with FullHD available at Rs 4k more).3. Stereo front facing speakers is a nice feature, and its pretty loud and audio clarity is not bad.4. Perfect size for movie experience. Light weight. The bezels actually help in holding the tablet in landscape mode while watching movies. Material used on backside gives better grip (I find the glassy backs on other tablets slippery).5. Long battery life with 4850mAH Huge battery.6. 4G works alright. Wifi connectivity works alright. Didn’t find any heating issues.–Cons–1. Processor speed (1.4GHz) and RAM (2GB) is not enough. Tablet lags a bit. But its smooth enough for videos (capable of smooth 1080p playback), youtube, netflix streaming.2. If usecase is reading e-books, you may not find text to be crisp due to HD resolution.3. No fast charging. It takes ~4 hours to fully charge. But not a deal breaker for me since the tablet is not a daily driver like my phone; I keep it on charge and forget about it.

  26. Reply
    Priyanka at

    Let me not get into technical details of this product and straight away get to the point where you would actually want to buy it or not. Well, first of all, this product wasn’t purchased for working or creative purposes and this was solely purchased because of the fact that my baby brother loves to play games so much.So yes1. there was a heating issue2. low battery life3. it didn’t even survive one fall.Now the good thing is it is1. lightweight and you can carry it around because of its dimensions.2. good sound quality3. bright picture qualityWhen I went for a repair the price that was laid out to me could afford another tab almost.

  27. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  28. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    This fits perfectly on the Tab4 10. To be honest, the tablet doesn’t have any sensors at the front, so the only cutout on the tempered glass is for the front camera.If it had some kind of oleophobic coating, I would give it 5/5. As it is, it gets smudged very easily.

  29. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    This fits perfectly on the Tab4 10. To be honest, the tablet doesn’t have any sensors at the front, so the only cutout on the tempered glass is for the front camera.If it had some kind of oleophobic coating, I would give it 5/5. As it is, it gets smudged very easily.

  30. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  31. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  32. Reply
    Saurabh Kumar at

    The tablet is of good quality with great specs, but the Lenovo company has completely forgotten it as their product. No updates to Android 8 in future. No security updates also. You can check the same in their official community forum. Lot of users are facing issues. Too many bugs in the current firmware. Wifi is a bit laggy sometimes. Good quality covers are also not available in market for this tab. All an all, an average tab with no future.

  33. Reply
    Matruprasad Chand at

    This is a great tablet with some brilliant features and a few flaws. The good things about this tablet include the screen, which is full HD and looks absolutely gorgeous when used to watch videos and playing games. The 16:10 aspect ratio also means it is great for productivity and dual screen apps. The SoC is Snapdragon 625, which is the best for moderate performance and good battery life. The battery is however small and battery life is decent at best. The worst part about the tablet for me is the fingerprint sensor. It is integrated into the power button, which makes accessing the power button a bit hard as it is recessed. And the finger print sensor doesn’t work all the time. It gave me about 60% success rate, which is very bad as the side position means it constantly gets in the way when I am holding the tablet.Overall this is a great tablet, but if you don’t have much use for that SD 625 or the screen, just buy the regular Lenovo Tab4 8, which will also save you a bit of money.

  34. Reply
    Abdul Kadir at

    Excellent cover, well fitting. Well designed. Value for money. Durable material. Thanks Amazon and the Seller.

  35. Reply
    Abdul Kadir at

    Excellent cover, well fitting. Well designed. Value for money. Durable material. Thanks Amazon and the Seller.

  36. Reply
    manish6008 at

    Defective product provided by amazon. Not allowing a refund

  37. Reply
    manish6008 at

    Defective product provided by amazon. Not allowing a refund

  38. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  39. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  40. Reply
    Kumar Brijesh at

    Refurbished not bad but i think new always believable

  41. Reply
    Kumar Brijesh at

    Refurbished not bad but i think new always believable

  42. Reply
    Ch.Pilla at

    Good

  43. Reply
    Param mamania at

    Awesome productCompletely worth the moneyIt’s durable and has a premium feel to it

  44. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  45. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    Looks good, and is durable. Nice product for the price !Fits perfectly.

  46. Apparently, all Screen Protectors are specifically made for a particular Brand of Tablet . I tried to use this item on a Chinese made Windows 10 tab. Did not work. There were air gaps and 2.5d edge was not suitable either.I am sure it works well with Lenovo 8′ tab. Quality of glass and packaging is good.

  47. Reply
    Jatothramanand at

    Tab is value for money. But display is not that much good….

  48. Reply
    Luciddreamer at

    The media could not be loaded.  1. Visually pleasing2. Not satisfied with the dolby sound3. Touch interaction could be better, good for the cost4. Would suggest this if the budget is low5. Would not recommend playing High End Games6. Video is hmm.. okaydont hope to get better quality…for this rate

  49. Reply
    Sharath at

    A decent and VFM tablet that is good for regular usage.BIG ISSUE : Doesn’t support Amazon apps (Prime, Music, Kindle, Shopping… Nothing, none of the Apps)Seems to be a known issue due to licensing and there is no solution.Refund not possible, only replacement which is pointless.

  50. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  51. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  52. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  53. Reply
    Rietesh P. at

    Awesome SoundHorrible Video quality, very dull videos — (I have tried all possible settings, also switched off Automatic Brightness and set to maximum brightness)Colors look washed out — Red looks dark Pink, Blue looks light green and Purple looks Blue (darker shade of blue)Speed of processing is a tad too slow even though its a SnapDragon 1.3 Ghz Quad Core processorDoesn’t support VoLTE so Jio voice calling doesn’t work without the Jio app.After installing the 49MB update from OTA the display quality has become worst.AMAZON will not REPLACE nor REFUND my money so I have to sell it a loss of 5000 Rupees

  54. Reply
    Gursagar at

    i was trying to update the pre-installed apps it’s so slow it takes hours to update the apps the google play was like unable to open and says “Please close or wait for the app”don’t buy you can’t even return even this tab as per Amazon tablet and mobile phone policy.DOn’t waste money mine is gone buy another tablet

  55. Reply
    Sridevi at

    The tab is very good but jio is not working but other 4g sim are working in tab

  56. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  57. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  58. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  59. Reply
    Rietesh P. at

    Awesome SoundHorrible Video quality, very dull videos — (I have tried all possible settings, also switched off Automatic Brightness and set to maximum brightness)Colors look washed out — Red looks dark Pink, Blue looks light green and Purple looks Blue (darker shade of blue)Speed of processing is a tad too slow even though its a SnapDragon 1.3 Ghz Quad Core processorDoesn’t support VoLTE so Jio voice calling doesn’t work without the Jio app.After installing the 49MB update from OTA the display quality has become worst.AMAZON will not REPLACE nor REFUND my money so I have to sell it a loss of 5000 Rupees

  60. Reply
    Gursagar at

    i was trying to update the pre-installed apps it’s so slow it takes hours to update the apps the google play was like unable to open and says “Please close or wait for the app”don’t buy you can’t even return even this tab as per Amazon tablet and mobile phone policy.DOn’t waste money mine is gone buy another tablet

  61. Reply
    Sridevi at

    The tab is very good but jio is not working but other 4g sim are working in tab

  62. Reply
    Rahul patil at

    From the date of buying only after 12days it not working.Even two times I go to Lenovo care they changed touchpad and motherboard also still problem are not solved.Amazon now not helping me in return for this tablet.

  63. Reply
    Kamlesh Sanghani at

    This Lenovo tab4 8 plus is damage piece,I want to return piece

  64. Reply
    Bryan Rodrigues at

    Purchased the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and got it delivered to me within 30 hours. I have been using iPad since EON and I must say, this tablet doesnt come even near to any of them.But, My review is not going to be biased but purely based on my initial impression as I am writing this after 9 hours of usage.Purchased on 27th June 2019 at 10 AM and Delivered to me (HYDERABAD) on 28th June 2019 around 3 PMAs far I know, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019) (Wi-Fi) tablet was launched around February~March 2019 in Europe and not officially launched yet in India. I was surprised to see it listed in Amazon from Appario being the seller and I immediately placed the order online.The tablet comes with a 10.1 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1200×1920 pixels. Not that great or vivid but watching Netflix and Prime Videos on UHD / HD surely gives a nice treat to the eyes. Samsung is not mentioning an IPS screen, it seems to be one. Viewing angles are wide and stable. I also like that the screen is fully laminated, Unlike iPad. Aspects like contrast and color reproduction are good. It is bright enough and I’d say it’s usable outside.It has a 2GB RAM and 32GB memory. I heard that you can insert up to 400GB MMC and if you want, you can move apps to the microSD in the settings as well. (never tried it yet though) The device is on the slower and slightly on the laggy side compared to the iPad (6th Gen) that I currently own but being Android, Its completely understandable. The more you use the device, the smoother it gets as the RAM gets adjusted accordingly.Device doesn’t have any physical buttons on the screen (home button) but on the right side you have a volume rocker, power button and memory card tray. On the top you have a 3.5 mm headphone jack and on the bottom you have dual speakers (For Dolby sound as per Samsung) Sadly, we just get two speakers and they’re placed on the same side. That means you won’t get any kind of stereo separation when watching movies. Samsung is advertising big Dolby Atmos surround sound for big movies. But well, that’s just marketing. Anyways, if you consider how cheap this tablet is, the sound quality is good and a USB Type C charging port makes it future proof. The left side of the device is empty without any buttons.This tablet has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera and the 8-megapixel camera on the back take pretty decent photos. Even iPad sucks in photos department of the iPad (6th Gen)I happen to purchase the black color variant and I must say, the metallic back body has a premium feel and look to it. As the device is quiet new to the Indian Market, I couldn’t find a suitable case for this as yet,.It runs on Android 9 (Assuming its Android Pie) and supports Bluetooth version 5.0 with WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac.I connected the device to my Alexa and external bluetooth speakers and it works flawless with no laggy-ness in music/sound transfer .I havent tested it for gaming yet. Not that I am a gamer but I am sure it will do a pretty good job considering it has an Exynos 7904 octa-core processor.Well, This is my First Android tablet. So far, So Good. I shall update after 15 days of usage.Update: 14 July 2019 — After Two Weeks of UsageOne thing which “SURPRISED” me the most is the battery life which is too GOOD.Not that I am a heavy user but a full charge and about 4~6 hours of screen on time per day gave me about 3+ days of battery backup.Tablet takes time to charge from 0 to 100% but that doesnt matter.The screen gives out Vivid colors and High Def clarity when you play UHD, HD Videos (Prime, Netflix)Its a little bit on the slower side but that can be ignored.Camera could be better, doesnt impress me much.Over all, I am satisfied with the device. At this price point, This is indeed a good buy if youre looking for a tablet.

  65. Reply
    shridhar at

    Don’t buy this product, it got only 2gb ram, os consumes 1.4 gb ram, left only 400 mb which is not enough to run apps smoothly, and also amazon won’t take back the product. Fully disappointed with product.

  66. Reply
    Raghu Gandham at

    Screen resolution: 7/10 not super amoledPerformance:5/10 -2 gb ram not sufficient for many apps.Storage : 32 gb – 8 gb pre occupied by system sufficient for 6-7 movies.Speakers – 7/10 enough sound – not crisp clear.

  67. Reply
    Satyaki Dandi at

    Pros:1. The price. For this range,the other options available are too old to soon become expensive photo albums,or not upto the mark.2. The screen,though not amoled,has a crisp feel about it. I think its IPS…nevertheless its more than enough for reading,watching videos and other regular stuff. Though not a top notch screen for first person shooter games, it works just fine for all your other stuff. I’m not a avid gamer,so it doesn’t really matter to me.3. The dual speakers are pretty loud and has more than expected crispness to the audio. There is a con though with the speakers,that I’ll talk about later.4. Near stock android , and not overloaded with changes. So, it has a nice , easy to use , feel to it.5. The metal back and the compact size:screen ratio, makes it look and feel pretty premium .6. It has a nice big battery. Lasts me through the entire day, with casual use, with some to spare.7. 3.5mm Jack. ‘Nuff said.8. No physical buttons. Really makes the tab , look and feel that much better. It has a power and volume buttons on the right..Cons1. 2gb ram, handicaps the device at times. Can’t overload the phone. Can become slow to respond at times.2. Both the speakers are one single side. Seriously?! No stereo separation at all. Can be really annoying at times.3. A fingerprint reader would have been nice.4. The camera is underwhelming..meh!I’ve been using the tab for only a couple of days now. I’ll update the review after 3 months. This was just my initial reactions.

  68. Reply
    Kapil Sharma at

    Mindblowing tablet this is the cheap and best. you can take this latest android 9 tablet without any problem..its very smooth and beautiful tab. Screen quality is also very nice ,battery backup is also great…front camera is very average but back camera is good…

  69. Reply
    Harmeet at

    Ok so, i am a basic user buying a tab for educational purpose only… pdf word chrome and google drive. So far im impressed by the smoothness and quickness of it. And the camera is decent enough to take photos of written notes as well. Netflix is fine as well. And multitasking is a breeze. But i wont be playing any games so for me 2GB ram is enough. Screen is excellent as well. Amoled is not missed here. And i dont care about fingerprint sensors.

  70. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  71. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  72. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  73. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  74. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  75. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  76. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  77. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  78. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  79. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  80. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  81. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  82. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  83. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  84. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  85. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  86. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  87. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  88. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  89. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  90. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  91. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  92. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  93. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  94. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  95. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  96. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  97. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  98. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  99. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  100. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  101. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  102. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  103. Reply
    Sangeeth Kris at

    A Fantastic Tablet. Got it for 23k.Pros-1) Great design with metallic finish, buttons are tactile and power button has ridges.2) Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos (one of the best reasons for buying this tablet. If you are using a decent headphone you can really feel the difference)3) Stunning FHD IPS display4) Android P update5) Performance is decent, not great6) Fingerprint scanner (Avg speed but reliable) which can work as navigation buttons7) Excellent battery life8) Almost stock android9) LTE and Expandable storageCons-1) Dual glass finish2) Slippery as hell (case is a must)3) Cameras are average4) No high end gaming possible5) Encountered some gimmicks here and there6) 450 Chipset (outdated and less powerful at this pricepoint)7) My model has a wobbly sim tray

  104. Reply
    Abhishek Jaiswal at

    Got it for about Rs 23000. In festival sale. Great Tab. Will post review after using it for a week. Just one Con is no voice calling even jio calling app isn’t compatible..Btw got it in 1 day assured delivery though paid Rs 150 for the pleasure..

  105. Reply
    Parag G at

    Just received delivery, this tab has premium design with glass at both the sides, build quality is good.- 4 speakers- finger print sensor for login & navigation- type C charging port with 2A chargerI will share detail review after couple of days of use.

  106. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  107. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  108. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  109. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  110. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  111. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  112. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  113. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  114. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  115. Reply
    Sangeeth Kris at

    A Fantastic Tablet. Got it for 23k.Pros-1) Great design with metallic finish, buttons are tactile and power button has ridges.2) Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos (one of the best reasons for buying this tablet. If you are using a decent headphone you can really feel the difference)3) Stunning FHD IPS display4) Android P update5) Performance is decent, not great6) Fingerprint scanner (Avg speed but reliable) which can work as navigation buttons7) Excellent battery life8) Almost stock android9) LTE and Expandable storageCons-1) Dual glass finish2) Slippery as hell (case is a must)3) Cameras are average4) No high end gaming possible5) Encountered some gimmicks here and there6) 450 Chipset (outdated and less powerful at this pricepoint)7) My model has a wobbly sim tray

  116. Reply
    Abhishek Jaiswal at

    Got it for about Rs 23000. In festival sale. Great Tab. Will post review after using it for a week. Just one Con is no voice calling even jio calling app isn’t compatible..Btw got it in 1 day assured delivery though paid Rs 150 for the pleasure..

  117. Reply
    Parag G at

    Just received delivery, this tab has premium design with glass at both the sides, build quality is good.- 4 speakers- finger print sensor for login & navigation- type C charging port with 2A chargerI will share detail review after couple of days of use.

  118. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  119. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  120. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  121. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  122. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  123. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  124. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  125. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  126. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  127. Reply
    Sangeeth Kris at

    A Fantastic Tablet. Got it for 23k.Pros-1) Great design with metallic finish, buttons are tactile and power button has ridges.2) Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos (one of the best reasons for buying this tablet. If you are using a decent headphone you can really feel the difference)3) Stunning FHD IPS display4) Android P update5) Performance is decent, not great6) Fingerprint scanner (Avg speed but reliable) which can work as navigation buttons7) Excellent battery life8) Almost stock android9) LTE and Expandable storageCons-1) Dual glass finish2) Slippery as hell (case is a must)3) Cameras are average4) No high end gaming possible5) Encountered some gimmicks here and there6) 450 Chipset (outdated and less powerful at this pricepoint)7) My model has a wobbly sim tray

  128. Reply
    Abhishek Jaiswal at

    Got it for about Rs 23000. In festival sale. Great Tab. Will post review after using it for a week. Just one Con is no voice calling even jio calling app isn’t compatible..Btw got it in 1 day assured delivery though paid Rs 150 for the pleasure..

  129. Reply
    Parag G at

    Just received delivery, this tab has premium design with glass at both the sides, build quality is good.- 4 speakers- finger print sensor for login & navigation- type C charging port with 2A chargerI will share detail review after couple of days of use.

  130. Reply
    Sangeeth Kris at

    A Fantastic Tablet. Got it for 23k.Pros-1) Great design with metallic finish, buttons are tactile and power button has ridges.2) Quad speakers with Dolby Atmos (one of the best reasons for buying this tablet. If you are using a decent headphone you can really feel the difference)3) Stunning FHD IPS display4) Android P update5) Performance is decent, not great6) Fingerprint scanner (Avg speed but reliable) which can work as navigation buttons7) Excellent battery life8) Almost stock android9) LTE and Expandable storageCons-1) Dual glass finish2) Slippery as hell (case is a must)3) Cameras are average4) No high end gaming possible5) Encountered some gimmicks here and there6) 450 Chipset (outdated and less powerful at this pricepoint)7) My model has a wobbly sim tray

  131. Reply
    Abhishek Jaiswal at

    Got it for about Rs 23000. In festival sale. Great Tab. Will post review after using it for a week. Just one Con is no voice calling even jio calling app isn’t compatible..Btw got it in 1 day assured delivery though paid Rs 150 for the pleasure..

  132. Reply
    Parag G at

    Just received delivery, this tab has premium design with glass at both the sides, build quality is good.- 4 speakers- finger print sensor for login & navigation- type C charging port with 2A chargerI will share detail review after couple of days of use.

  133. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  134. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  135. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  136. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  137. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  138. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  139. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  140. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  141. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  142. Reply
    Avijit Bhowmick at

    I have purchase this Lenovo Tab 4 10 certified refurbished but the product was found defective because screen was flickering frequently so their technician was sent twice and gave report “that it was flickering and after that its working normally” which was not true because the problem persists and they compelled me to keep that defective product with myself.

  143. Reply
    Ashish at

    Better sound expected

  144. Reply
    NIRANJAN BARMAN at

    Good

  145. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I am happy with the performance and looks of this product.This product is not compatible with Bluetooth keyboard. I have a iBall Mini Blue Keyboard. The alphabets and words get typed numerous times.I am using this keyboard with my Lenovo yoga Tab 3 8 Tablet and mobiles like One Plus 6 and other mobiles without any problems.I shall type below with the keyboard to show you the malfunction.Now when I use the bbluetooth kkekeyboard tthis is hohowhow the aalalphaalalphabaalalphaalalphabetaalalphaalalphabaalalphaalalphabets and wowordwowords are displayedisplayed.I have contacted the tabsupport twice by email but have not received any response.

  146. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    One star for displaying wrong info. Didn’t receive the accessories light pen, ink cartridge, book pad, except for adapted. Going to return

  147. Reply
    Varsha at

    Update: after one week of usageSmooth performance, mostly used for internet surfing and watching movies, good battery lifeBest deal, got it for 13000/-(sbi credit card discount 1500/-)So complaints for this priceLight pen, ink filling and book pad missing in box

  148. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  149. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  150. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  151. Great overall feel and quality, nice display and the for the price a great tablet at a great size.The problems? The hinge where the camera rotates is a bit “rattle-ey” and should be perfectly solid like the other hinge which is perfect. Charging is also a bit baffling. I haven’t had the issues others have reported but it does seem to charge whenever it wants. Rebooting, powering off, closing all apps and refreshing do nothing to make the charging process start when YOU want it to.The speed of the Android OS doesn’t really compare to even older Apple IOS tablets, but those are MUCH, MUCH more expensive, and honestly scrolling through social media apps becomes very pleasant once you get used to using this tablet. The integrated stand is awesome and the build quality of that is amazing.Camera quality kinda sucks, but again for the price it seems like a bargain. Overall if you are looking for a cost effective tablet it’s pretty hard to beat the price/performance of this unit.

  152. Reply
    GERARDO SAGAON HERNANDEZ at

    Muy buena opcion, ligera, rapida, funcional. la pantalla da unos colores menos nitidos que una tableta Samsung o Ipad, pero solo lo notas si las pones lado a lado. en general, por el excelente precio la recomiendo ampliamente

  153. Reply
    Stephen Ambrose at

    Simple to set up. Solid. The built in stand I love. Swivel camera is built into it. Lenovo is good stuff. Their batteries are great. Been using my first one for 2 years.

  154. Reply
    Maciek Wegrzyniak at

    Using since Christmas only one thing I can say EXCELLENT.Battery lasting all day on video streaming very good processing system speed.So far very happy great value

  155. Reply
    Mark Topping at

    Display is actually 1920×1200. A bit shy on memory at 2GB, but reasonable for the price point. Imaged with AT&T Moto firmware, but doesn’t seem to be of any concern.

  156. Reply
    Christian at

    L’OS va correctement, mais dès que vous ouvrez une application multimédia (soit YouTube ou Netflix.), elles vont très lentement. Pas recommandé en tout!. Lenovo ne donne plus de support à cet tablette non plus. Cherchez une autre tablette!

  157. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  158. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  159. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  160. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  161. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  162. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  163. Reply
    Maciek Wegrzyniak at

    Using since Christmas only one thing I can say EXCELLENT.Battery lasting all day on video streaming very good processing system speed.So far very happy great value

  164. Reply
    Mark Topping at

    Display is actually 1920×1200. A bit shy on memory at 2GB, but reasonable for the price point. Imaged with AT&T Moto firmware, but doesn’t seem to be of any concern.

  165. Reply
    Christian at

    L’OS va correctement, mais dès que vous ouvrez une application multimédia (soit YouTube ou Netflix.), elles vont très lentement. Pas recommandé en tout!. Lenovo ne donne plus de support à cet tablette non plus. Cherchez une autre tablette!

  166. Great overall feel and quality, nice display and the for the price a great tablet at a great size.The problems? The hinge where the camera rotates is a bit “rattle-ey” and should be perfectly solid like the other hinge which is perfect. Charging is also a bit baffling. I haven’t had the issues others have reported but it does seem to charge whenever it wants. Rebooting, powering off, closing all apps and refreshing do nothing to make the charging process start when YOU want it to.The speed of the Android OS doesn’t really compare to even older Apple IOS tablets, but those are MUCH, MUCH more expensive, and honestly scrolling through social media apps becomes very pleasant once you get used to using this tablet. The integrated stand is awesome and the build quality of that is amazing.Camera quality kinda sucks, but again for the price it seems like a bargain. Overall if you are looking for a cost effective tablet it’s pretty hard to beat the price/performance of this unit.

  167. Reply
    GERARDO SAGAON HERNANDEZ at

    Muy buena opcion, ligera, rapida, funcional. la pantalla da unos colores menos nitidos que una tableta Samsung o Ipad, pero solo lo notas si las pones lado a lado. en general, por el excelente precio la recomiendo ampliamente

  168. Reply
    Stephen Ambrose at

    Simple to set up. Solid. The built in stand I love. Swivel camera is built into it. Lenovo is good stuff. Their batteries are great. Been using my first one for 2 years.

  169. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  170. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  171. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  172. Reply
    Maciek Wegrzyniak at

    Using since Christmas only one thing I can say EXCELLENT.Battery lasting all day on video streaming very good processing system speed.So far very happy great value

  173. Reply
    Mark Topping at

    Display is actually 1920×1200. A bit shy on memory at 2GB, but reasonable for the price point. Imaged with AT&T Moto firmware, but doesn’t seem to be of any concern.

  174. Reply
    Christian at

    L’OS va correctement, mais dès que vous ouvrez une application multimédia (soit YouTube ou Netflix.), elles vont très lentement. Pas recommandé en tout!. Lenovo ne donne plus de support à cet tablette non plus. Cherchez une autre tablette!

  175. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    I needed a replacement for my Mi Pad. Sadly, Xiaomi has stopped selling tablets in India, and I was not willing to risk importing one from China. So I had to look elsewhere.My usage consists of reading ebooks and watching movies. Occasionally I play some games as well.For under ₹15k, I shortlisted 3 tablets, with requirements being: 10″ screen, built-in 4G:1. Alcatel A3 10 — disqualified because of small battery capacity (4.6 Ah, vs 7Ah in Lenovo Tab4), Mediatek processor. Also I’m pretty sure that it will not get any OS updates. Their web site didn’t do anything to ease this suspicion.2. Huawei Honor MediaPad T3 — small battery again (4.8 Ah). Also from online reviews, it seems like they have a heavily customized UI, which I disliked. Once again, future updates are doubtful.3. This one — while not perfect, by process of elimination I had no other choice.My thoughts on this device:* Good battery life. 7Ah will get you a long way. You can probably get 10-12 hours of usage at full brightness. However, I get worse battery life than I used to with my Mi Pad, which had a similar battery capacity. I think this is because of poorly optimized OS.* Stock Android. Thankfully Lenovo has decided to leave the UI alone, for the most part. The few modifications it has made are actually useful — double tap to wake, and productivity interface. The latter is a mode which turns the nav bar into something like the task bar in Windows. Each running app gets an icon there, and you can tap on them to switch between them. I suppose this feature, along with Android 7.1’s split-screen feature, plus a keyboard and mouse combo, will turn this tablet into a productive device, but I have not used it this way.* Not much preinstalled bloat. There were a few (such as Amazon Alexa), but they can be uninstalled.* Software updates. Since I bought this in Oct. 2018, it has received two OTA updates at the time of writing this, the last of which added the double tap to wake functionality. It’s good to see the device still receiving updates. As of now, it is on Android 7.1, July 2018 security patch. According to Lenovo’s Upgrade Matrix, it should receive an update to 8.1 as well. Knowing Lenovo, that will probably be the last major update for this device.* Front-facing stereo speakers. They are loud enough, and more importantly, are at the front, so you don’t have to turn up the volume. Quality is strictly ok-ok. You should use earphones if you can.* LTE capability. This device has 4G, but no VoLTE. This means that you can get internet, but can’t make calls… Unless you are a Jio user! Then you can install Jio4GVoice app to make and receive calls. Better to use earphones with built-in mic for this, as it doesn’t have an earpiece for calls. The audio is routed to the speakers directly.* Display. This is one of the areas where Mi Pad is far, far better. Resolution is 1280 x 800. You can see the pixels when you are holding it a bit close during web browsing, for example. But I don’t think anyone can do much about it; there are no full HD Android tablets for less than ₹20k I believe.* No ambient brightness sensor. This was a drawback for me. I hate having to increase and decrease brightness depending on time of day. * Expandable storage. In the 16GB version, about 8 GB is usable for apps and storage. If this is not enough, you can use Android’s ‘adoptable storage’ feature. Basically, Android will format the SD card and treat it the same as internal storage. If you perform this action, you can move apps to SD card. But keep in mind that once you do this, the SD card contents will not be readable by any other device. This is because the contents are encrypted, and only the device which did the formatting has the key. If you destroy the device, or factory reset it, the contents of the card are lost.* Jio Apps. Some of their apps are disabled for installation, such as JioTV and MyJio. This is a bummer, because there is no reason why they wouldn’t work on this tablet. But there is a workaround. If you get the APKs from somewhere (there is a mirror for APKs… ), then the apps install and run perfectly fine.* Performance. This tablet has a fairly low end SoC — Snapdragon 425. Don’t expect too much. I see some lag and stuttering when I open heavy webpages or launch heavy apps. But I can live with it.That’s all. Overall, I am happy with the device. But I am also sad that this is the best we get in the price range. I wish Xiaomi continued to sell tablets. The Mi Pad (launched in 2014) would still have better specs than what we get now for the same price.

  176. Got the delivery on 26th August 2018 and since yesterday i.e; 16th September the tab stopped charging..very disappointed as this was a gift to my son and he is very very upset as the product cannot not be properly used for even a month. The return product window got closed on 5th September else would have returned it. Felt cheated.

  177. Reply
    Hari P. at

    Its a nice 10 inch tab. It displays text well and did not find any issues with the resolution. Videos also appear great. Quality sound is a plus point. You cannot get such a value for money in any other tabs available today.

  178. Great overall feel and quality, nice display and the for the price a great tablet at a great size.The problems? The hinge where the camera rotates is a bit “rattle-ey” and should be perfectly solid like the other hinge which is perfect. Charging is also a bit baffling. I haven’t had the issues others have reported but it does seem to charge whenever it wants. Rebooting, powering off, closing all apps and refreshing do nothing to make the charging process start when YOU want it to.The speed of the Android OS doesn’t really compare to even older Apple IOS tablets, but those are MUCH, MUCH more expensive, and honestly scrolling through social media apps becomes very pleasant once you get used to using this tablet. The integrated stand is awesome and the build quality of that is amazing.Camera quality kinda sucks, but again for the price it seems like a bargain. Overall if you are looking for a cost effective tablet it’s pretty hard to beat the price/performance of this unit.

  179. Reply
    GERARDO SAGAON HERNANDEZ at

    Muy buena opcion, ligera, rapida, funcional. la pantalla da unos colores menos nitidos que una tableta Samsung o Ipad, pero solo lo notas si las pones lado a lado. en general, por el excelente precio la recomiendo ampliamente

  180. Reply
    Stephen Ambrose at

    Simple to set up. Solid. The built in stand I love. Swivel camera is built into it. Lenovo is good stuff. Their batteries are great. Been using my first one for 2 years.

  181. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  182. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  183. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  184. Great overall feel and quality, nice display and the for the price a great tablet at a great size.The problems? The hinge where the camera rotates is a bit “rattle-ey” and should be perfectly solid like the other hinge which is perfect. Charging is also a bit baffling. I haven’t had the issues others have reported but it does seem to charge whenever it wants. Rebooting, powering off, closing all apps and refreshing do nothing to make the charging process start when YOU want it to.The speed of the Android OS doesn’t really compare to even older Apple IOS tablets, but those are MUCH, MUCH more expensive, and honestly scrolling through social media apps becomes very pleasant once you get used to using this tablet. The integrated stand is awesome and the build quality of that is amazing.Camera quality kinda sucks, but again for the price it seems like a bargain. Overall if you are looking for a cost effective tablet it’s pretty hard to beat the price/performance of this unit.

  185. Reply
    GERARDO SAGAON HERNANDEZ at

    Muy buena opcion, ligera, rapida, funcional. la pantalla da unos colores menos nitidos que una tableta Samsung o Ipad, pero solo lo notas si las pones lado a lado. en general, por el excelente precio la recomiendo ampliamente

  186. Reply
    Stephen Ambrose at

    Simple to set up. Solid. The built in stand I love. Swivel camera is built into it. Lenovo is good stuff. Their batteries are great. Been using my first one for 2 years.

  187. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    JIO does not work

  188. Reply
    abhijeet55 at

    Update : “after calling lenovo call centre, they told me to download a software in laptop LMSA LENOVO, watch youtube official video and you have to waste 2 gb for tab ,software download but if u get any problem so call call centre no. Given in tab box.., it has solve my problem, but lenovo company should bring update in tab so that everyone doesnot face problem, everybody dont have laptop or desktop, else go to aervice centre….” Lenovo company please read this , tab was working fully fine, i have done first system update,sim network got vanished, i have done couple of search and applied some setting but i doesnot make it, i have exchange the tab, when i got new tab after long waiting of lockdown, i dont know why i have reapted same process of updating phone, the network again got vanished, i have proof of screenshots that phone had network before update. It was lenovo update which made monile network disable, now on lockdown where i will go service centre to repair it . Fully frustrated with lenovo, you have lost faith from me. Why i have not gone to better option i dont know, guys go for samsung, huawei or high budget apple, but dont go for this company.

  189. Reply
    SURESH KUMAR DHARAVATU at

    SIM card is not working after software update and faulty one , deadly slow ..Wasted money on this

  190. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  191. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  192. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  193. Reply
    Abhijit at

    Great tablet for the price – good screen, fantastic sound and good battery life. The 625 chipset, while old, serves well enough for the job and handles video fine while sipping battery, and screen is plenty bright for the outdoors. USB-C is great and I hope more companies start including it in mid-range and budget gear. Build quality is good, and it feels fine to hold in the hand. Cameras are more than functional for a tablet as well.A HUGE plus is the lack of bloatware; well done, Lenovo.Some negatives though, nothing deal-breaking for me:- Ghost touches on the screen sometimes (mostly when near static/charged clothing material). Moving it away from the offending item fixes it.- Still on Nougat, here’s hoping Lenovo surprise us all by updating to Oreo.- Fingerprint sensor is a not as quick as we’re used to on phones. Still handy to have though.

  194. Reply
    abhinav bhalothia at

    I didn’t get ink cartridge,light pen,and book pad

  195. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    Some orange colour line is there while im opening… I requested everyone to solve my problem but no one take responsibility..

  196. Reply
    Kanha Yadav at

    Sim slot available without calling and massage facility. So whatsapp and other app not working.After 6 hour (without use only on condition) battery dropped 63% to 22%Display Quality poor for reading purpose.

  197. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    Superb tab with mind blowing display clarity and sound . Qualcomm processer and 8mp camera is working perfectly.only cons is instead of off net call only on net call is possible.Very Gus note book.

  198. Reply
    Nani Jessie at

    Gud 4 only viewing videos and movies. 4 gaming not at all recommended. Too bad. Pubg doesn’t even load. Device lags even while doing email work and also during clearing notifications.

  199. Reply
    Luciddreamer at

     1. Visually pleasing2. Not satisfied with the dolby sound3. Touch interaction could be better, good for the cost4. Would suggest this if the budget is low5. Would not recommend playing High End Games6. Video is hmm.. okaydont hope to get better quality…for this rate

  200. Reply
    Sajjad Shah at

    Lenovo Tab M10 HD is a 10.1 Inch Screen, 2GB RAM, 32GB Internal Storage, 2GHz Processor, Dual Speaker and Wifi Only Tablet. Screen Quality is great for me while watching movies on Amazon Prime. Speakers are good. Browsing is great. Reading is great. Battery is also good and took more than 2 hours to full charge. Lag free while using it. Lite Gaming is good. Screen Guard and Flip Cover is easily available on Amazon. I am happy with this Tablet.

  201. Reply
    Jatothramanand at

    Tab is value for money. But display is not that much good….

  202. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    JIO does not work

  203. Reply
    abhijeet55 at

    Update : “after calling lenovo call centre, they told me to download a software in laptop LMSA LENOVO, watch youtube official video and you have to waste 2 gb for tab ,software download but if u get any problem so call call centre no. Given in tab box.., it has solve my problem, but lenovo company should bring update in tab so that everyone doesnot face problem, everybody dont have laptop or desktop, else go to aervice centre….” Lenovo company please read this , tab was working fully fine, i have done first system update,sim network got vanished, i have done couple of search and applied some setting but i doesnot make it, i have exchange the tab, when i got new tab after long waiting of lockdown, i dont know why i have reapted same process of updating phone, the network again got vanished, i have proof of screenshots that phone had network before update. It was lenovo update which made monile network disable, now on lockdown where i will go service centre to repair it . Fully frustrated with lenovo, you have lost faith from me. Why i have not gone to better option i dont know, guys go for samsung, huawei or high budget apple, but dont go for this company.

  204. Reply
    SURESH KUMAR DHARAVATU at

    SIM card is not working after software update and faulty one , deadly slow ..Wasted money on this

  205. Reply
    Ravi Saini at

    This is an amazing tablet.

  206. Reply
    Ravi Saini at

    This is an amazing tablet.

  207. Reply
    Ravi Saini at

    This is an amazing tablet.

  208. Reply
    Ravi Saini at

    This is an amazing tablet.

  209. Reply
    Ravi Saini at

    This is an amazing tablet.

  210. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  211. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  212. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  213. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    JIO does not work

  214. Reply
    abhijeet55 at

    Update : “after calling lenovo call centre, they told me to download a software in laptop LMSA LENOVO, watch youtube official video and you have to waste 2 gb for tab ,software download but if u get any problem so call call centre no. Given in tab box.., it has solve my problem, but lenovo company should bring update in tab so that everyone doesnot face problem, everybody dont have laptop or desktop, else go to aervice centre….” Lenovo company please read this , tab was working fully fine, i have done first system update,sim network got vanished, i have done couple of search and applied some setting but i doesnot make it, i have exchange the tab, when i got new tab after long waiting of lockdown, i dont know why i have reapted same process of updating phone, the network again got vanished, i have proof of screenshots that phone had network before update. It was lenovo update which made monile network disable, now on lockdown where i will go service centre to repair it . Fully frustrated with lenovo, you have lost faith from me. Why i have not gone to better option i dont know, guys go for samsung, huawei or high budget apple, but dont go for this company.

  215. Reply
    SURESH KUMAR DHARAVATU at

    SIM card is not working after software update and faulty one , deadly slow ..Wasted money on this

  216. Reply
    Luciddreamer at

     1. Visually pleasing2. Not satisfied with the dolby sound3. Touch interaction could be better, good for the cost4. Would suggest this if the budget is low5. Would not recommend playing High End Games6. Video is hmm.. okaydont hope to get better quality…for this rate

  217. Reply
    Sajjad Shah at

    Lenovo Tab M10 HD is a 10.1 Inch Screen, 2GB RAM, 32GB Internal Storage, 2GHz Processor, Dual Speaker and Wifi Only Tablet. Screen Quality is great for me while watching movies on Amazon Prime. Speakers are good. Browsing is great. Reading is great. Battery is also good and took more than 2 hours to full charge. Lag free while using it. Lite Gaming is good. Screen Guard and Flip Cover is easily available on Amazon. I am happy with this Tablet.

  218. Reply
    Jatothramanand at

    Tab is value for money. But display is not that much good….

  219. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  220. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  221. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  222. Reply
    Preetham raj at

    Pros-1) 4GB RAM+ 128 GB storage for 20k Tab is the first in its segment2) Thin bezels and FHD display makes the tablet future proof.3) Best device for reading and entertainment with sufficient battery life4) No bloatware, almost clean android experience5) Decent audio output.Cons-1) Device is a bit slow, credits to its outdated 2017 year processor and useless graphic card.2) The glass is not Corning gorilla and there are currently no accessories in indian market (screen guard or case) Be afraid!! Very afraid!!3) Facial recognition is out of question. Doesn’t work 90% of the time.4) Brightness is not enough ~350 nits for reading in outdoor environmentConclusion:If you are looking for a 10 inch tablet with good display, storage, kids learning go for it.Don’t expect ipad kind of performance while gaming (PUBG, COD) however it manages to run in low graphic settings.Over all LENOVO tab M10 FHD plus deserves 4.0 rating.

  223. Reply
    Preetham raj at

    Pros-1) 4GB RAM+ 128 GB storage for 20k Tab is the first in its segment2) Thin bezels and FHD display makes the tablet future proof.3) Best device for reading and entertainment with sufficient battery life4) No bloatware, almost clean android experience5) Decent audio output.Cons-1) Device is a bit slow, credits to its outdated 2017 year processor and useless graphic card.2) The glass is not Corning gorilla and there are currently no accessories in indian market (screen guard or case) Be afraid!! Very afraid!!3) Facial recognition is out of question. Doesn’t work 90% of the time.4) Brightness is not enough ~350 nits for reading in outdoor environmentConclusion:If you are looking for a 10 inch tablet with good display, storage, kids learning go for it.Don’t expect ipad kind of performance while gaming (PUBG, COD) however it manages to run in low graphic settings.Over all LENOVO tab M10 FHD plus deserves 4.0 rating.

  224. Reply
    Preetham raj at

    Pros-1) 4GB RAM+ 128 GB storage for 20k Tab is the first in its segment2) Thin bezels and FHD display makes the tablet future proof.3) Best device for reading and entertainment with sufficient battery life4) No bloatware, almost clean android experience5) Decent audio output.Cons-1) Device is a bit slow, credits to its outdated 2017 year processor and useless graphic card.2) The glass is not Corning gorilla and there are currently no accessories in indian market (screen guard or case) Be afraid!! Very afraid!!3) Facial recognition is out of question. Doesn’t work 90% of the time.4) Brightness is not enough ~350 nits for reading in outdoor environmentConclusion:If you are looking for a 10 inch tablet with good display, storage, kids learning go for it.Don’t expect ipad kind of performance while gaming (PUBG, COD) however it manages to run in low graphic settings.Over all LENOVO tab M10 FHD plus deserves 4.0 rating.

  225. Reply
    Preetham raj at

    Pros-1) 4GB RAM+ 128 GB storage for 20k Tab is the first in its segment2) Thin bezels and FHD display makes the tablet future proof.3) Best device for reading and entertainment with sufficient battery life4) No bloatware, almost clean android experience5) Decent audio output.Cons-1) Device is a bit slow, credits to its outdated 2017 year processor and useless graphic card.2) The glass is not Corning gorilla and there are currently no accessories in indian market (screen guard or case) Be afraid!! Very afraid!!3) Facial recognition is out of question. Doesn’t work 90% of the time.4) Brightness is not enough ~350 nits for reading in outdoor environmentConclusion:If you are looking for a 10 inch tablet with good display, storage, kids learning go for it.Don’t expect ipad kind of performance while gaming (PUBG, COD) however it manages to run in low graphic settings.Over all LENOVO tab M10 FHD plus deserves 4.0 rating.

  226. Reply
    Preetham raj at

    Pros-1) 4GB RAM+ 128 GB storage for 20k Tab is the first in its segment2) Thin bezels and FHD display makes the tablet future proof.3) Best device for reading and entertainment with sufficient battery life4) No bloatware, almost clean android experience5) Decent audio output.Cons-1) Device is a bit slow, credits to its outdated 2017 year processor and useless graphic card.2) The glass is not Corning gorilla and there are currently no accessories in indian market (screen guard or case) Be afraid!! Very afraid!!3) Facial recognition is out of question. Doesn’t work 90% of the time.4) Brightness is not enough ~350 nits for reading in outdoor environmentConclusion:If you are looking for a 10 inch tablet with good display, storage, kids learning go for it.Don’t expect ipad kind of performance while gaming (PUBG, COD) however it manages to run in low graphic settings.Over all LENOVO tab M10 FHD plus deserves 4.0 rating.

  227. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  228. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  229. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  230. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  231. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

  232. Reply
    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  233. Reply
    Luciddreamer at

     1. Visually pleasing2. Not satisfied with the dolby sound3. Touch interaction could be better, good for the cost4. Would suggest this if the budget is low5. Would not recommend playing High End Games6. Video is hmm.. okaydont hope to get better quality…for this rate

  234. Reply
    Sajjad Shah at

    Lenovo Tab M10 HD is a 10.1 Inch Screen, 2GB RAM, 32GB Internal Storage, 2GHz Processor, Dual Speaker and Wifi Only Tablet. Screen Quality is great for me while watching movies on Amazon Prime. Speakers are good. Browsing is great. Reading is great. Battery is also good and took more than 2 hours to full charge. Lag free while using it. Lite Gaming is good. Screen Guard and Flip Cover is easily available on Amazon. I am happy with this Tablet.

  235. Reply
    Jatothramanand at

    Tab is value for money. But display is not that much good….

  236. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    When the default preloaded file manager it comes with is as clogged with ads as any random malware out there, you know your monetary investment is not exactly the best it could have been. It has 4 GB RAM and a nice display to play games with, but that’s it. Its snapdragon processor is nothing out of the ordinary, its preloaded software is mostly bloatware – including the default CZ File Manager. I am not paying for removal of ads from my file manager coming preloaded with a device I just paid INR 20k for. It doesn’t even come with earphones – it’s just an ordinary phone with a slightly bigger screen. Mi Pad with its Tegra K1 processor gave WAY better value for money @ just under INR 12k. Only if it had more RAM I wouldn’t need to get this thing.Overall, a meh feeling. It does its job and matches its specifications – and not much more.

  237. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    the tab received does not contain any Google apps or playstore. This tab is not meant to be for Indian users. It is Chinese. It has a Chinese App Store and it ask for permissions in Chinese. Could not use it at all. Have asked amazon for replacement. Hope to get it replaced with the right product.

  238. Reply
    Usha sharma at

    Believe me you won’t get a better tab anywhere. Lenovo beats everyone in its tab segment. Though a little pricey for 4 GB RAM variant but worth every penny. Love Samsung n Lenovo both.My fourth tab after Asus,Swipe,Mi Pad. Nobody ran a year. Finally I decided to go for the best brand (not as great as Samsung but they’re way too costly) and sealed the deal here at Amazon looking at the specs. Latest android Nougat, Snapdragon 625 Octacore, and 4 GB RAM which no other tab under 22K provides. This is my 6 the day and it has fulfilled all my basic tab needs without any lags.Awesome interface, fast loading,sharp crystal clear hd display. Rest features you can read.Main USP is that it is extremely light weight ,very hand.Quite attractive glass finish which gives it a premium look.

  239. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    JIO does not work

  240. Reply
    abhijeet55 at

    Update : “after calling lenovo call centre, they told me to download a software in laptop LMSA LENOVO, watch youtube official video and you have to waste 2 gb for tab ,software download but if u get any problem so call call centre no. Given in tab box.., it has solve my problem, but lenovo company should bring update in tab so that everyone doesnot face problem, everybody dont have laptop or desktop, else go to aervice centre….” Lenovo company please read this , tab was working fully fine, i have done first system update,sim network got vanished, i have done couple of search and applied some setting but i doesnot make it, i have exchange the tab, when i got new tab after long waiting of lockdown, i dont know why i have reapted same process of updating phone, the network again got vanished, i have proof of screenshots that phone had network before update. It was lenovo update which made monile network disable, now on lockdown where i will go service centre to repair it . Fully frustrated with lenovo, you have lost faith from me. Why i have not gone to better option i dont know, guys go for samsung, huawei or high budget apple, but dont go for this company.

  241. Reply
    SURESH KUMAR DHARAVATU at

    SIM card is not working after software update and faulty one , deadly slow ..Wasted money on this

  242. Reply
    net_junkie at

    Getting back to tablets after some years.. last one I owned was a flawless Nexus 7This is a good tab.. great looks..Android 8 to start off with… Not a lot of preloaded crap apps which can’t be uninstalledSome niggles..1 there is no light sensor.. so auto brightness doesn’t work.. irritating to manually adjust brightness up or down2 I notice some lag.. at times it’s butter smooth.. at times isn’t.. I don’t play games…so can’t comment on gaming performance3 Speakers are nice… but poorly placed on top.. could have been on sides or bottom… Would recommend headphones anyday for any mobile device4 Not too many accessories at the moment… Only ACM brand comes up.. I ended up buying a case and screen guard and promptly returned both …case was of horrible quality, screen guard of a diff designBought a universal case for 10 inch tablets from emartbuy brand.. far far better quality.. just that it’s bigger and not custom fit…as it’s a universal caseAll in all..am not disappointed with the tab..but for 19k would expect a little better performance

  243. Reply
    Abhishek at

    Pros:Good display and battery.Cons:Does not support 64gb sdxc card.Only support sd cards.Jio sim is not working, can be used only for data,can not send sms.Camera quality is very bad, shows altered colour.Samsung tabA 10.5 or iPad are better alternatives.

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    Anonymous at

    Painful. Jio is not working this.basic apps could not installed

  245. Reply
    Ravikiran at

    Not supportted 4g and pouch key pad problem

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    Apoorva at

    The tablet met my expectations. Working fine and no glitches till now.

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    Babutheangelofmylife at

    Good

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    Uday Singh at

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.Analysis:1. Display:It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.2. Sound/Recording:The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.4. Performance and Connectivity:If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.5. Battery:This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.6. Camera/Face Unlock:Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.Overall:It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.Alternatives/Comparisons:1. Going below 20K:a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.2. Going up 20K:a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

  249. Reply
    Uday Singh at

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.Analysis:1. Display:It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.2. Sound/Recording:The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.4. Performance and Connectivity:If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.5. Battery:This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.6. Camera/Face Unlock:Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.Overall:It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.Alternatives/Comparisons:1. Going below 20K:a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.2. Going up 20K:a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

  250. Reply
    Uday Singh at

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.Analysis:1. Display:It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.2. Sound/Recording:The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.4. Performance and Connectivity:If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.5. Battery:This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.6. Camera/Face Unlock:Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.Overall:It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.Alternatives/Comparisons:1. Going below 20K:a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.2. Going up 20K:a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

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    Uday Singh at

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.Analysis:1. Display:It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.2. Sound/Recording:The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.4. Performance and Connectivity:If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.5. Battery:This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.6. Camera/Face Unlock:Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.Overall:It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.Alternatives/Comparisons:1. Going below 20K:a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.2. Going up 20K:a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

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    Uday Singh at

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.Analysis:1. Display:It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.2. Sound/Recording:The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.4. Performance and Connectivity:If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.5. Battery:This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.6. Camera/Face Unlock:Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.Overall:It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.Alternatives/Comparisons:1. Going below 20K:a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.2. Going up 20K:a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

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    Amazon Customer at

    Not good product

  254. Reply
    Amazon Customer at

    Not good product

  255. Reply
    Rudrajyoti Banerjee at

    Firstly, the new 2021 model runs on Android 10, this tablet is best for reading E-Books, Movies, Meetings, YouTube, etc. It’s not ideal for calling purposes because it has only one speaker, so calls are always on loudspeaker, one has to use headphones in that case, the battery is also a little disappointing factor, only 5100mAh, tablets should have at least 6000mAh, but not to worry, it still has a backup of at least 12 hours, if you need more than that, get a powerbank & it will be all set. Lastly, good to hold & has a premium finish. Best in the market at this price range, got only for Rs. 13,999, so giving 5 stars…Edit: Some people are claiming that the price of this tablet should be around 6-7K, I’d say that give it a go. Don’t believe in anyone’s reviews, not even mine. You already have 10 days return & refund policy…

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    om patel at

    This is not value for money. Dolby Audio is big joke here. Normal sound is also not good. There is only one speaker. Not worth buying tablet. Real value of this tablet falls under 6-7k.

  257. Reply
    Rudrajyoti Banerjee at

    Firstly, the new 2021 model runs on Android 10, this tablet is best for reading E-Books, Movies, Meetings, YouTube, etc. It’s not ideal for calling purposes because it has only one speaker, so calls are always on loudspeaker, one has to use headphones in that case, the battery is also a little disappointing factor, only 5100mAh, tablets should have at least 6000mAh, but not to worry, it still has a backup of at least 12 hours, if you need more than that, get a powerbank & it will be all set. Lastly, good to hold & has a premium finish. Best in the market at this price range, got only for Rs. 13,999, so giving 5 stars…Edit: Some people are claiming that the price of this tablet should be around 6-7K, I’d say that give it a go. Don’t believe in anyone’s reviews, not even mine. You already have 10 days return & refund policy…

  258. Reply
    om patel at

    This is not value for money. Dolby Audio is big joke here. Normal sound is also not good. There is only one speaker. Not worth buying tablet. Real value of this tablet falls under 6-7k.

  259. Reply
    Mishra A, at

    Pros- not superfast but no lag at all. Display is very good sharp. 5000 mah battery but lasts like 7000 mah Very less bloatware. Very light and portable. Supports 4g volte and no need to load jio 4g voice for talking in jio sim Camera is very good.Cons-charging is slow Cpu is Helio p22 when g35 is readily availablee.

  260. Reply
    Mishra A, at

    Pros- not superfast but no lag at all. Display is very good sharp. 5000 mah battery but lasts like 7000 mah Very less bloatware. Very light and portable. Supports 4g volte and no need to load jio 4g voice for talking in jio sim Camera is very good.Cons-charging is slow Cpu is Helio p22 when g35 is readily availablee.

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