Anatel this week approved the Lenovo Tab K10 tablet, allowing the device to be officially launched and sold by the brand in Brazil. Interestingly, two versions were reviewed in the register: one with drums and one without drums.
Selected by the site technologregistration confirms the numbered TB-X6C6F and TB-X6C6NBF models, the first with a 7,700 mAh battery for up to 15 hours of use and the last without a battery at all.
The reason is simple: While the battery-powered Lenovo Tab K10 is aimed at consumers, with the goal of providing portability and entertainment everywhere, the battery-free version focuses on business use.
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The device can be installed in always connected stores, allowing full use and worry-free recharge.
Thus, merchants can run a variety of applications for placing orders, customer satisfaction surveys, and much more.
In both versions, the Lenovo Tab K10 offers a 10.3-inch Full HD display, MediaTek’s Helio P22T processor, up to 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
The tablets offer Android 11 out of the box, an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front sensor.
Although it can already be sold in Brazil, Lenovo Tab K10 does not have a release date on the national territory.
The battery-powered Tab K10 launched in India for 24,999 rupees (around £1,700), while the battery-free business model came to the UK for £299 (around £2,100).
Source: Anatel, via technolog
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