Lenovo Tab 4 HD 8 Inch 16GB Tablet - Black / White £99.99 @ Argos and Currys
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Lenovo Tab 4 HD 8 Inch 16GB Tablet - Black / White £99.99 @ Argos and Currys

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Found 1st AprEdited by:"szaman81"
Lenovo Tab 4 HD 8 Inch 16GB Tablet Black / White @ Argos and Currys

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The Lenovo Tab 4 8 is the first tablet to hide many tablets in one. It delivers a great multimedia experience in an amazing design hiding high-end specifications. It has you covered beyond what other slate tablets offer by helping you secure your data with multi-user and multi-space functionality.

Brilliant HD display - Enjoy a solid visual experience with the 8 inch HD display, which gives your photos and movies a vibrant feel that you'll want to share with the entire family.

Cinema-worthy sound - Make the most of your cinema therapy because Tab 4 8 contains two high-quality speakers that will really make your TV shows and movies pop.

Immersive entertainment - Immerse yourself in deep, booming Dolby Atmos sound that delivers a theater-like experience for watching movies and shows.

  • Model number: za2b0031gb.
Display:

  • 8 inch screen.
  • Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels.
  • IPS technology.
  • Multi-touch screen.
Specifications:

  • 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon apq8017 quad core processor.
  • 2GB RAM.
  • Internal storage capacity 16GB.
  • microSD memory card slot.
  • Front facing camera 2MP.
  • Rear facing camera 5MP.
  • Android android 7.0 operating system.
General features:

  • Built-in speaker.
  • Webcam.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Bluetooth - enabling you to easily and wirelessly connect with other Bluetooth enabled devices.
  • 3.5mm stereo headphone jack.
  • Microphone.
  • Micro USB.
  • G-sensor.
  • Vibrator.
Additional information:

  • Up to 10 hours battery life (depending on usage).
  • 8.3mm thin.
  • Size H12.4, W21.1cm.
  • Weight 320g.
  • EAN: 191376165957.
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chrisredmayne15 h, 32 m ago

Any thoughts what it's like for gaming ?


I'd recommend the Lenovo P8 with Snapdragon 625 instead for gaming.
Has the same specs like the Full-HD Tab 4 8" plus.
ebay.co.uk/itm…M1u
Edited by: "win26" 2nd Apr
Checked with the missus. 8 inches ain't enough.
JumpMan198046 m ago

Checked with the missus. 8 inches ain't enough.


It has a vibrator though
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Any thoughts what it's like for gaming ?
chrisredmayne15 h, 32 m ago

Any thoughts what it's like for gaming ?


I'd recommend the Lenovo P8 with Snapdragon 625 instead for gaming.
Has the same specs like the Full-HD Tab 4 8" plus.
ebay.co.uk/itm…M1u
Edited by: "win26" 2nd Apr
chrisredmayne1 h, 56 m ago

Any thoughts what it's like for gaming ?


This has the SD425 chip which isn't quite good for gaming but you can get the Tab 4 8 Plus which has SD625 for £50 more.
Checked with the missus. 8 inches ain't enough.
JumpMan198046 m ago

Checked with the missus. 8 inches ain't enough.


It has a vibrator though
Have a Tab2. Lenovo didn’t bother providing OS updates. I quite like the tablet generally but it went from Android 5.0 to 5.1 and that was it. I don’t know how many other Android manufacturers update the OS, but I don’t find this acceptable and won’t be buying one from Lenovo again.
iceburglettuce32 m ago

Have a Tab2. Lenovo didn’t bother providing OS updates. I quite like the t …Have a Tab2. Lenovo didn’t bother providing OS updates. I quite like the tablet generally but it went from Android 5.0 to 5.1 and that was it. I don’t know how many other Android manufacturers update the OS, but I don’t find this acceptable and won’t be buying one from Lenovo again.


Same with my tab pro 3.

£400 Flagship tablet, shipped with lolipop a month or two before Nougat came out, lots of reported bugs with battery drain and performance issues, took 18 months to update to and only to MM. Never again.
5% quidco for Currys today only
Had a Tab 3 for some years now, best Tab I have ever had, it went up to 6.0.1 ? use it every day, and battery still good.
Tab 3 8 plus (aka the P8) is the same as the tab 4 pro (HD res etc) hardware wise but with nougat. Can be had for <£100 on the usual Chinese sites. Latest firmware irons out most niggles. Highly recommended. Best budget tablet available, arguably. Something to consider
Edited by: "obvious" 2nd Apr
iceburglettuce4 h, 21 m ago

Have a Tab2. Lenovo didn’t bother providing OS updates. I quite like the t …Have a Tab2. Lenovo didn’t bother providing OS updates. I quite like the tablet generally but it went from Android 5.0 to 5.1 and that was it. I don’t know how many other Android manufacturers update the OS, but I don’t find this acceptable and won’t be buying one from Lenovo again.


MediaTek chips don't tend to have much updates unlike Snapdragon.
Why are people so obsessed about major updates? When you buy the tablet it does what you want yes?

Why worry about major updates that may make the tablet worse to use? I can understand to an extent not being happy about missing security updates but I really don't understand the obsession about major updates on existing hardware.
Rich441 h, 0 m ago

Why are people so obsessed about major updates? When you buy the tablet it …Why are people so obsessed about major updates? When you buy the tablet it does what you want yes?Why worry about major updates that may make the tablet worse to use? I can understand to an extent not being happy about missing security updates but I really don't understand the obsession about major updates on existing hardware.


I’d rather have the choice of updates than none. There was 2 minor updates in the life of my tablet. I can’t believe that the covered all the necessary security updates.
This is a fantastic tablet, recently bought 2 (1 each) and they do everything we need, they are quick, battery life is brilliant and if you just need what a budget tab will do.. Buy one at this price,
iceburglettuce10 h, 15 m ago

I’d rather have the choice of updates than none. There was 2 minor updates …I’d rather have the choice of updates than none. There was 2 minor updates in the life of my tablet. I can’t believe that the covered all the necessary security updates.


I only ever update when it will fix a significant problem. I had to reflash kitkat onto my current S4 as the Lollipop developed a crippling problem where the gps would just drain the battery no matter what. Even a factory reset would not fix it. Also running a nexus 7 (2012) and reading the problems would never update that to lollipop as it seems to just kill it completely.

Might eventually flash my S4 with the latest Cyanogen ROM (or with whatever Cyanogen is called now) but don't really see the need. I think I have found one (absolutely terrible) app that I assume won't run because it is on android 4.4
Damn, I briefly thought when I saw HD in the description that this was a great deal for the Lenovo Tab 4 8 plus. I keep forgetting that a 1280 x 800 screen resolution is still considered high definition.
Robbo118 h, 30 m ago

Damn, I briefly thought when I saw HD in the description that this was a …Damn, I briefly thought when I saw HD in the description that this was a great deal for the Lenovo Tab 4 8 plus. I keep forgetting that a 1280 x 800 screen resolution is still considered high definition.


Yes, its should now be refered to as HD (2010)
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