To be completely forthright, there are three essential parts in the tablet market – Samsung, Apple, and Amazon. Samsung has contributions at pretty much every value point, Apple does too, however has all the more a concentration in the superior market, and Amazon easily makes up the spending market with its Fire Tablet arrangement. Lenovo has been gradually attempting to get into the spending tablet fight with offering resembles the Tab M10, yet now it's attempting to take on a portion of the leader tablets.
The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro has been declared, will give a fascinating contender without a moment to spare for the 2020 Holiday season. The P11 Pro games a 11.5-inch OLED show, total with a 2,560×1,600 goal and both Dolby Vision/HDR10 uphold.
Controlling this new tablet is the Snapdragon 730G, which is the equivalent chipset you'll discover in the Pixel 4a. What's more, if the battery is a worry for you, simply investigate the Pixel 4a, and include the gigantic 8,600mAh cell, which enables Lenovo to guarantee as long as 15 hours of juice on a solitary charge.
Since this is intended for the top notch market, the Tab P11 Pro highlights an aluminum undercarriage, with four JBL speakers which have additionally been upgraded for Dolby Atmos. While iPad proprietors need to continue managing putting their thumbs over the irritating position of the selfie camera, Lenovo thought of this and put on the right-hand side, so it's more similar to a PC when being utilized in scene mode.
At long last, Lenovo has additionally made a console and pointer that are intended for the Tab P11 Pro. With the console, pointer, and tablet, you'll have the option to complete the entirety of your work, from any place you are. In spite of the fact that this tablet doesn't wear the most recent Snapdragon 865+, that is not a terrible thing, as the P11 Pro will retail for $499 when it dispatches in November.
The Lenovo owned Moto brand had earlier taken a "not too subtle" dab at Samsung when they stated that, "At Moto, our priority is safety first. Unlike some manufacturers, we adhere to the highest standards in quality and testing of all our batteries." It isn't too hard to guess that the statement was definitely a reference to the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 batteries, which had caused the company to recall each and every one of its devices all over the world. Apparently, Lenovo thought that it wasn't enough so they have now launched a campaign (along with Moto) called "Skip the Sevens" which targets the Apple iPhone 7 directly. As you will see in the video below, the Chinese OEM clearly takes a strong shot at brand loyalists of the Cupertino electronics giant.
Not to be left behind, LeEco tweeted out "Some Lead, Others Follow" after the launch of the iPhone 7 without the headphone jack. The tweet continued on to state that "We evolved to the Continual Digital Lossless Audio era in April 2016. Here's welcoming the followers! #LiveTheFuture"
Although not as aggressively, OnePlus took a somewhat humorous approach in mocking the new iPhone's lack of a headphone jack. The company simply tweeted, "You have headphones. The#OnePlus3 has a headphone jack. It's not rocket science ;)"
Amidst all the dabs and digs, Apple has actually shown a lot of class in refraining from making fun of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 disaster. Considering the fact that Samsung has taken multiple shots at Apple over the years at every opportunity, many had expected otherwise. What do you think about the entire situation?
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Just a few days ago, we heard reports about Samsung's Project Valley being in the last stages of development, but it looks like Lenovo has beaten Samsung here with a demo at the Lenovo Tech World Conference 2016. As expected, Lenovo also revealed the Moto Z and Moto Z Force modular smartphones at the conference.
We had been hearing a lot about foldable displays for a while now, but Lenovo brought those rumors to life when it unveiled a smartphone (dubbed CPlus) that becomes a smartwatch if you fold it around your wrist. To add more to that, the Chinese OEM also unleashed the Folio tablet, which becomes a portable smartphone if you fold it from the middle.
In addition to these innovative pieces of technology, Lenovo revealed the Phab2 Pro, which is the first ever smartphone based on Google's Project Tango. The smartphone will offer unprecedented features in terms of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.
That's a lot of unveilings and innovations for one event! Which one surprised you the most? We find the Folio and the CPlus to be most impressive because of the advantages and conveniences they will provide to their users.
Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)