At this year's IFA Lenovo again gave a lesson of yoga and showed a new installment tablets. I'll test the smallest member of the series – Lenovo Yoga 8 Table 3.
I remember the first Lenovo Yoga Tablet, and I admit I did not expect the emergence of third party views of this series. Much has changed over the years, most of the things for the better. Lenovo Yoga Table 3 8 has a surprisingly good speakers that play loud and clear. No wonder that the manufacturer advertises this model as a tablet to film – in this role will be fulfilled very well, but at this price I would expect the display of Full HD. The design of the tablet encourages the use of various types of media: stand for viewing Youtube or websites, and the long edge in the shape of a cylinder while reading the book gives the impression as if we were holding a newspaper folded in half. And because housing is small and light, use your tablet in this arrangement becomes quite natural.To fold down the stand, we must press the release button hook, but that's not the only change that was introduced for the third series. Refreshed appearance: plecki covered with plastic cloth-like feel with a pleasant texture, added silver accents and changed the logo. It's nice that everything presented. Interestingly, the tablet has only one camera with a resolution of 8 MP, which is provided on the rotating ring. It fulfills therefore the role of the main camera and a camera for video calls. Its position suggests that when using Skype will have to hold the tablet in his hand. The camera is able to cover our face when the tablet is based on the stand, but he sees us from the bottom. There is another issue that interested you now – performance. It turns out that Lenovo is installed the same system – Snapdragon 210 – in 8 and 10-inch variant of the tablet, and soon the sale will have an advanced version (Lenovo Yoga Table 3 Pro) with Intel Atom x5-Z8500. Synthetic tests conducted on a standard Tab-e Yoga 3 leave no illusions – this is not a machine to play. I expect but very good runs on batteries. The manufacturer declares to 20 hours of operation tablet without having to recharge the battery. Let's see how the cell will perform in our tests! [test slug = "android-antutu" product_id = "21238"] First impressions are positive – design, performance and functionality are promising. In a few days I will know whether the system has no problems with lag and how works in normal use. I encourage you to ask questions about issues that go beyond the standard framework of our tests. If you want to learn more about the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8, write in the comments. 😉