Lenovo Tab Extreme will ship with Android 13 and a Dimensity 9000 processor (leaks)

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Lenovo may be planning to expand its lineup of Android tablets with a new high-end model called the Lenovo Tab Extreme. Although the company has yet to officially announce the new model, the folks over at xda-developer have spotted a listing for the new tablet on the Google Play Console, which is designed to give app developers an idea of ​​some of the hardware they should target.

There’s no word yet on a price or release date, but the Play Console listing does provide some key specs and an image showing the front of the tablet.

The tablet is said to have a 3000 x 1876 pixel display with 320 pixels per inch, which suggests the screen will be around 11 inches. Other known features include 8GB of RAM, Android 13 and a MediaTek MT8798Z/CSA processor, which is a model number for the chip also known as MediaTek Dimensity 9000.

This processor includes:

  • 1 x 3.05 GHz ARM Cortex-X2 processor core
  • 3 ARM Cortex-A710 cores at 2.85 GHz
  • 4 ARM Cortex-A510 cores at 1.8 GHz
  • 10 Mali-G710 GPU cores at 8.48 MHz

While the 5nm chip, which was introduced about a year ago, is no longer MediaTek’s most powerful mobile processor, it’s still a step up from the chips used in most recent Android tablets. from Lenovo, and supports features like LPDDR5x memory, WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5e. and 5G support… although it’s unclear if the Lenovo Tab Extreme will take advantage of all of these capabilities.

Pretty much the only other things we know about Lenovo’s tablet are that it has the model number TB570FU and is said to be Lenovo’s first “Extreme” series tablet. The company also uses this name for the ThinkPad X1 Extreme laptop, which is a high-performance, high-priced member of the ThinkPad laptop line. So it seems fair to say that the Lenovo Tab Extreme probably won’t come cheap.

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