Lenovo's latest affordable Android tablet costs just $60 in the US

Lenovo's latest affordable Android tablet costs just $60 in the US
Unlike Huawei, the giant Chinese handset maker, Lenovo has no issues with the US, so its Android devices continue to offer access to Google services. Of course, Lenovo doesn't sell its own-branded smartphones in the US, but it is present in the US market with the Motorola phones. Also, there are these inexpensive Android tablets that the company is selling in the US, which many times compete with Amazon's cheapest slabs.

Lenovo Tab M7 is a tablet that's been introduced this summer, but made it to the United States only recently. Although it was expected to sell for $90, Lenovo announced the tablet is now available for purchase for just $60, a great price considering its specs sheet.

Obviously, this is a Wi-Fi-only tablet, which packs a less than fantastic technical configuration, but for $60, it does its job and then some. First off, we have a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor, 1GB RAM, and 16GB expandable storage.

As the name suggests, the Tab M7 sports a rather small 7-inch display with 1024 x 600 pixels resolution. Also, the tablet comes with two 2-megapixel cameras, one in the front and another one in the back. Lenovo says the Tab M7 should provide up to 10 hours of battery life, a decent amount for the average user.

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