On September 2, Lenovo, the third giant of the device industry released Yoga Tab 3 in a trio of flavors: an 8-incher, a 10-incher and a 10-incher Pro. While the first two devices falls under the category of low-end slates, the last one impresses many tech bloggers with its unique qualities.
To help you with determining their differences, we prepared a table of specifications just for you:
|Model||Yoga Tab 3|
|Yoga Tab 3|
|Yoga Tab 3|
|Dimension||210 x 146 x 3 to 7mm||253 x 185 x 3.5 to 9.5mm|
|179 x 247 x 4.6mm at thinnest point, 665g|
|Chipset||1.3GHz Snapdragon 212||1.3GHz Snapdragon 212||Intel Atom x5-Z8500|
|Storage||16GB + microSD expansion||16GB + microSD expansion||16/32GB|
+ microSD expansion
|OS||Android Lollipop 5.1||Android 5.0||Android Lollipop 5.1|
|Camera||8MP Rotatable||8MP Rotatable||13MP Rear-facing|
Both Yoga Tab 3 8-incher and 10-incher have Adreno 304 for GPU but the Pro version has an interesting twist in it. According to the reports it is the first device to have Intel AirmontSoC and making it as the first and only Android to have one—at least for now.
For the displays, the first two were endowed with IPS LCDs with 1280×800 pixels resolution; whereas, the pro version sports an IPS LCD with 2560×1600 pixels resolution. While there isn’t much to say about the non-pros we can proceed into highlighting the cool factors within the body of Yoga Tab 3 Pro.
Remarkably the Pro was installed with 4 front-facing speakers with Dolby’s Atmos 3D surround sound processing technology. It also sports a built-in pico projector that can give cast 70-inch images with the brightness of 50 nits. The projector can be rotated using gesture controls but details about how-to’s are not yet released.
Don’t get excited just yet for the Yoga Tab 3 flavors are yet to be released by December this year although the prices are still unknown save for the Pro version which is priced at $499 (Wi-Fi model) and $599 (LTE model.)