More and more manufacturers are re-entering the tablet market and Motorola is no exception. Directly from the Google Play Console we hear the news that the American company is working on its first tablet: the MotoTab G20.
The device will have a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels by 8 inches, with very thick bezels. It will use the processor MediaTek Helio P22T of 3GB RAM† The Moto Tab G20 will also be equipped with a 5MP front camera and 2MP rear cameratogether with a 5,100 mAh† Finally, it will use the Android 11 operating system.
It is clear from the technical characteristics that Motorola’s proposal a very low-end budget tablet, although the price is unknown at this time. Interestingly, the Moto Tab G20 appears to be nothing more than a renamed version of the Lenovo Tab M8 third generation previously announced. Whether there will be any differences between the two models remains to be seen.