Motorola Moto Tab G70: Cheap Android tablet launches with a 2K display and a large battery
Motorola has launched the Moto Tab G70, a medium-sized tablet that relies on a MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. The tablet also has 4 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 64 GB of storage; Motorola sells the Moto Tab G70 in one memory configuration. Similarly, the tablet has launched in one colourway, Cyber Teal. Incidentally, some marketing renders make Cyber Teal look bluer than others do.
Regardless, the Moto Tab G70 measures 258.4 x 163.0 x 7.5 mm and weighs 490 g. Motorola has equipped the tablet with an 11-inch IPS display that resolves at 2,000 x 1,200 pixels. Supposedly, the display peaks at 400 nits and is TUV Rheinland certified. For reference, the tablet has a 60 Hz refresh rate, underlining its budget credentials.
The Moto Tab G70 has two cameras too, plus a 4G LTE modem and a USB Type-C port that can recharge the tablet's 7,500 mAh battery at up to 20 W. Also, Motorola claims that the tablet is IP52 certified against dust and water.
The Moto Tab G70 will be orderable from January 22 in India. The tablet will launch for INR 21,999 (~US$295), but it will be available for INR 21,249 (~US$284) during Flipkart's Republic Day Sale. International availability remains unknown at this stage, though.
Flipkart & Motorola via XDA Developers