​Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus Review: Tablet For the Whole Family

Posted on 16 November 2017 Tags: Tablets

The tablets are easy-to-use gadgets and can be used anywhere. With these devices, watching your favorite videos on YouTube, your favorite shows on Netflix and even reading has become a pleasant experience. Lenovo has launched a series of tablets integrated with streamlined visuals. The new Tab 4 is designed for adults and children with all the required and upgraded features that make it family-friendly.


Lenovo’s new flagship tablet is designed to provide better visual experience. The device has an 8 inch HD display with a 1280×800 resolution and stunning wide-angle views. This jaw-dropping display will allow the user to experience stunning visual, the likes of which you may have never seen before.

The tab 4 (8 Plus) is 8.3 mm thick and weighs only 320 grams. This makes it easy to handle. It has a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 64-bit quad-core processor. The device comes with 16 GB storage and up to 2 GB of RAM, which can handle pretty much everything you can expect.


Providing crisp visuals is no big deal, the audio matters as well. The company has decided to surprise users with audio/video both. The Lenovo tab 4 (8 Plus) delivers a rich and sturdy sound. Also, Dolby Atmos has already turned the device into a mobile entertainment hub. Users can now enjoy music/sound to the fullest without wearing headphones. The new Lenovo tablets offer surround-sound like experience.

Child- friendly device

The fun stickers, a screen filter for sensitive eyes, a shock-resistant bumper all make this device children-friendly. It has the option to limit access to age-inappropriate content and you can fix a limited time for children. The Tab 4 also features a platform with entertaining and fun web content for children.

The Family tablet

The new Lenovo 4 could be a better option for a family as it is designed for multiple users with distinctive requirements. The device will enable users to use their own accounts with separate settings, passwords, and social media.

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