Review Motorola Tab G20 – Motorola has just released a mid-range tablet called the Motorola Tab G20. This new tablet from the company owned by Lenovo has specifications that are quite capable at an affordable price.
The Motorola Tab G20 tablet uses an 8.0-inch IPS LCD panel that offers HD + resolution (800 x 1,280 pixels) and is equipped with TDDI technology that promises sharp and clear visuals.
The Tab G20 has a sleek body made of aluminum with a premium touch. Please note, this tablet is a rebranding of the 3rd generation Lenovo Tab M8 tablet which debuted in the global market last June.
the hardware is entrusted to a chip made by MediaTek, namely the Helio P22T which is mixed with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal. The company provides a microSD card slot so users can expand the storage capacity on this tablet.
The Motorola Tab G20 is pre-installed with the Android 11 operating system and is equipped with Google Kids Space which will make it easier for parents to control the use of the tablet while their children are using it.
Regarding the camera, the company embeds one front camera and one rear camera, each of which has a resolution of 5 MP and 13 MP without LED flash support.
For audio needs, this tablet powered by a 5,100 mAh battery has a pair of Dolby Atmos quality speakers, so the sound quality it produces is better than other tablets in its class.
In terms of connectivity, the Tab G20 is only provided in the WiFi only variant so it cannot be fitted with a SIM card. This device supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS GLONASS, 3.5mm audio jack, and has a USB-C 2.0 port.