The 2011 Motorola XOOM is among the most legendary Android gadgets of all time, even when it wasn’t an excellent product. Motorola and Google went huge with a Super Bowl business, and it was the primary system to run the tablet-tailored Android three.zero Honeycomb. It was maybe the primary actual iPad competitor, however the excessive preliminary worth and lack of tablet-optimized apps meant it by no means actually took off. Later that yr, Motorola launched an incremental replace, and that was the final pill Motorola ever made… till at the moment.
The firm’s new pill is not a blockbuster, or actually noteworthy in any respect. In reality, Motorola did not even announce it – Lenovo did. It appears seemingly that Lenovo is definitely the one who developed and manufactured it, because it seems to be remarkably much like the Lenovo Tab four 10″. It even has a lot of Lenovo’s frequent UI tweaks, just like the person switcher on the lock display. This might be the pill that was beforehand rumored earlier this yr.
The ‘Moto Tab,’ because it’s named, is a reasonably common pill being bought solely at AT&T. It has a Snapdragon 625 with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage, full with Android 7.1 and a “kids mode” for locking down entry to content material and apps. It additionally has a fingerprint sensor, twin front-facing audio system, and a Type-C port.
AT&T prospects should buy it beginning November 17, for $15/month for 20 months, or full-price for $299.99. If you have been hoping for a Xoom successor, that is completely not it, nevertheless it appears respectable sufficient.