Today, Lenovo is about to launch a new tablet computer The blogger said that Lenovo’s new tablet will be equipped with a 12.6-inch Samsung OLED display with a resolution of 2K and a 120Hz refresh rate
The Lenovo Flagship Tablet also uses an ultra-narrow frame design, the front camera is 8MP+ToF, and the rear dual camera, the pixels are 13MP and 5MP respectively.
The Lenovo Flagship Tablet will also be equipped with a Snapdragon 870 processor, a 10200mAh battery, and support 45W fast charging, but the box only comes with a 30W charger.
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