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Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70F 10.1-Inch Tablet - Blue £148.75 Amazon

£148.75 @ Amazon
This 10 inch lenovo tablet is currently £148.75 at Amazon. Cheapest I've ever seen it anywhere. Great spec including a 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16gb expandable memory, 1900x1200 resolution screen. … Read More
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This 10 inch lenovo tablet is currently £148.75 at Amazon. Cheapest I've ever seen it anywhere. Great spec including a 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16gb expandable memory, 1900x1200 resolution screen.

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#1
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.
#2
may be price matched on John Lewis
#3
The_IMF
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.


Don't really understand why this is a problem there will never be app incompatible problems & you buy a device for what it does now not what it might do with a future software update.

It's really only the geeky ppl that care about OS versions

Edited By: Rich44 on Nov 28, 2016 11:14: edit oops
#4
There is an official marshmallow update, but manual update only not OTA. Do a search on XDA, it seems to have some minor limitations.

It really shouldn't only be geeky people who care about updates, there are all sorts of security fixes that come with them. But if any particular individual doesn't care about security, well, that's entirely up to them.
#5
The_IMF
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.


That's what I was told about my £100 Lenovo a10-30, and it got an OTA to Android 6.0.1 yesterday.
#6
The_IMF
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.


how did you get this for £100
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Good spot OP :)
#8
Rich44
The_IMF
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.
Don't really understand why this is a problem there will never be app incompatible problems & you buy a device for what it does now not what it might do with a future software update.
It's really only the geeky ppl that care about OS versions

If it was stuck on Marshmallow, that would be different, but Android 5.X has been the worst version of Android in recent times. It has serious battery management problems. Marshmallow fixed a lot of problems that were introduced by Android 5.X.
#9
extonjoe
The_IMF
Decent tablet, I have one for the kids and got it from John Lewis 7 months ago for £100. Be wary as it will never be updated past Android 5.0.
how did you get this for £100
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-tab-2-a10-tablet-109-99-john-lewis-2455297
i unfortunately missed out on this deal :(
#10
zedee
There is an official marshmallow update, but manual update only not OTA. Do a search on XDA, it seems to have some minor limitations.
It really shouldn't only be geeky people who care about updates, there are all sorts of security fixes that come with them. But if any particular individual doesn't care about security, well, that's entirely up to them.
Any chance you have the link. Had a quick look but couldn't find it. Cheers
#11
Available on amazon warehouse 'uses - very good' for c.£110
#12
custard80
zedee
There is an official marshmallow update, but manual update only not OTA. Do a search on XDA, it seems to have some minor limitations.
It really shouldn't only be geeky people who care about updates, there are all sorts of security fixes that come with them. But if any particular individual doesn't care about security, well, that's entirely up to them.
Any chance you have the link. Had a quick look but couldn't find it. Cheers
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=69559491&postcount=1504
#13
zedee
There is an official marshmallow update, but manual update only not OTA. Do a search on XDA, it seems to have some minor limitations.

It really shouldn't only be geeky people who care about updates, there are all sorts of security fixes that come with them. But if any particular individual doesn't care about security, well, that's entirely up to them.


You're 99% behind a NAT & firewall honestly unless you're doing dodgy stuff like pirated apk's or visiting dodgy websites you are likely to be completely safe.

OS upgrades from a full release to another are NOTHING to do with security in fact going from say Kitkat to Marshmallow immediately on release is MORE LIKELY to introduce security issues (ask Apple & Google have had this issue). I was talking about full releases, security updates tend to either be point releases or they don't touch software version at all & just patch the hole.

Everyone should make sure their tablet is up to date fully but I'm saying a fully up to date Lollipop not going to Marshmallow is NOT really the problem "some" people make it out to be
#14
Can anyone confirm whether this comes with a screen protector fitted?

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