Lenovo Tab Extreme leaks with MediaTek Dimensity 9000, Android 13 and a 3K display
Google may have released Android 12L for larger devices and those with foldable displays, but there still is a shortage of high-end Android tablets. However, it seems that Lenovo has developed a new flagship tablet to follow on from the Tab P12 Pro that we reviewed earlier this year. The unreleased tablet has only appeared on the Google Play Console so far, but is generally an indication that a company intends to bring a device to market.
Unfortunately, Google Play Console listings do not reveal all details about devices, such as their battery capacities or cameras. As the image below shows though, the listing confirms that Lenovo has registered the device as the Tab Extreme and has assigned it the model number TB570FU. Additionally, the listing describes the tablet as having a display that operates at 3,000 x 1,876 pixels with a 320 PPI. If that is the case, then it would seem the Lenovo Tab Extreme has an 11-inch panel with a 16:10 aspect ratio.
Moreover, the same listing shows a product render with thin display bezels, a landscape-mounted front-facing camera and hardware buttons orientated in the same way as an iPad Pro. Elsewhere, the Lenovo Tab Extreme features the Dimensity 9000, a powerful chipset that MediaTek has now superseded with the Dimensity 9200. For reference, the Dimensity 9000 utilises one ARM Cortex-X2 prime core, three Cortex-A710 cores, four Cortex-A510 cores and a Mali-G710 MP10 GPU all based on a 4 nm manufacturing process. Based on the same Google Play Console listing, it seems that Lenovo will offer the tablet with at least 8 GB of RAM and Android 13. Currently, it is unclear when Lenovo will introduce the Tab Extreme, though.