Lenovo Idea Tab Yoga 8 16GB is a smart tablet which comes in unique colors like silver and gray. It has one of the fastest processor to make sure the performance of the tablet is as smooth as possible. And the graphics processor ensures good visual and great gaming experience to the users. It also possesses sufficient storage memory to store all important data in the phone. It is also priced low when compared with other brand tablets with similar configuration making it more economical. Even though it comes only in two colors, it sleek and stylish body makes it to whole new level.
Display, OS and Processor
Lenovo Idea Tab Yoga 8 16GB is a 8 inch TFT 16M color display phone with capacitive multi touchscreen and it’s display resolution is 800 x 1280 pixels. It comes with gray and silver colors with 213.36 x 144.78 x 7.62 mm dimensions and weighs around 399.16g. It runs on Android v4.2 Jelly Bean OS. It is powered by 1.2GHz Quad Core MediaTek processor with 1GB RAM memory and it’s graphics processor is PowerVX SGX 544 GPU.
This tablet uses the cylindrical battery and kickstand in a unique way to enable users to use the tablet in multiple modes.
Storage and Camera
The tablet has 16GB built-in storage memory which could be expanded up to 64GB using the microSD slot provided. It sports 5MP Primary camera which 2592 x 1944 pixels resoltuion for taking high quality photos and videos. Also, it has 1.6MP Secondary camera with 1264 x 1264 pixels for video calling.
Connectivity and Battery
For connectivity, Lenovo Idea tab comes with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB port etc. The battery is 6000mAh Li-ion battery for uninterrupted usage of the tablet for long time.
I am editing my earlier review due to bullshit after sales service and design issues. The sim is stuck inside the damn tablet and it wont come out. Service center has no idea, neither is anyone else in the entire market. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The delivery from Flipkart was awesome as always. This tablet is quite handy, easy to hold and use especially because of the built-in stand. Setting it up was easy, except the fact that the normal sim needed to be modded a bit before the tablet finally accepted the sim. The lenovo UI is simple and easy to use and hence does not take up much memory. The tablet is quite fast but it is still missing some essential features like "play to DLNA" device, etc. Overall a decent product with very less documentation, little or no support minus a few essential software features.
I have had this tab for quite a few days back and here is my unbiased review of the same : The other contenders were :Sony Experia Z tablet,Samsung Galaxy Tab,iPad and iPad Mini. . Pitted against it`s rivals,the figures are as follows : Cost :A fantastic tab if you are on a budget and also want something good (Way better than the other contenders in many aspects).........(9.5/10) Looks :Fantastic looks with a metallic finish (No buttons on the front panel give it a very sharp,smooth and professional look)........(9/10) Screen :Looks good,crisp display and also has that "rich" look.Also has a power management app.........(8/10) Performance :Though it lacks a high end processor,but still manages to perform smoothly,handling multiple tasks at the same time..........(7/10) Battery :One word-Awesome !!! The others don`t even come close.........(9.5/10) Storage and interface :Massive expandable memory (64GB) and OTG Cable interface make work a whole lot easier (Just have an anti-virus installed)..........(9/10) Camera :Though the camera is of average quality,it can still produce some very nice pictures........(7.5/10) Multimedia features :The kick stand feature is not only unique but also practical and helpful (Specially in viewing documents or watching movies)............(8/10) Audio and video :The stock speakers are not so loud but still have a decent sound quality with DOLBY app.Sounds awesome on headphones,earphones or Bluetooth speakers.Also supports almost all video formats unlike it`s contenders (Great for movie lovers)..........(8/10) Connectivity :Wi-Fi,bluetooth and OTG cable allow you to connect to almost anything...........(9/10) Troubleshooting :Some of the users complained about stuck sim cards.Remedy for the same :Take your micro sim and pick out a spot that has the plastic end.Take a pin of the thinnest quality and using a gas torch heat it,make a fine hole and pass a fine thread through it.So if your sim gets stuck,you can just press it and simply pull it out like it was any other tab or phone (Just take extreme caution while making the hole). . Final verdict :An awesome budget tablet that outperforms it`s bigger rivals and even many high-end smartphones.For the people who travel a lot,just pair it up with decent accessories and it can even replace your laptop.Except for a few minor issues,this tablet can even give it`s bigger rivals quite a run for their money. . Final score :......(8.5/10)
|Model||IdeaTab Yoga 8 16GB|
|Operating System||Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean)|
|Screen Size||8.0 inches (20.32 cm)|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 1280 pixels|
|Pixel Density||189 ppi|
|Touch Screen||Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch|
|Screen to Body Ratio||60.08 %|
|Processor||Quad core, 1.2 GHz|
|Graphics||PowerVR SGX 544|
|Internal Memory||16 GB|
|Expandable Memory||Up to 64 GB|
|Resolution||5 MP Primary Camera|
|Image Resolution||2592 x 1944 Pixels|
|Camera Features||Digital Zoom|
|Resolution||1.6 MP Front Camera|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm|
|Other Sensors||Light sensor, Accelerometer, Compass|
Quad core 1.86 GHz vs Quad core 1.2 GHz
2 GB vs 1 GB
Higher primary camera resolution:
8 MP vs 5 MP
13.3 inches vs 8 inches
Quad core 1.86 GHz vs Quad core 1.2 GHz
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