On August 17, the Moto Tab G62 with a 2K Display and Snapdragon 680 will be offered in India.
In India’s entry-level and mid-range smartphone markets, Motorola is steadily winning over consumers’ favor. It has no plans to slow down and will keep expanding its product lineup. The company will add a new tablet to its lineup in India the following week, joining the motto g32 and the soon-to-be-released moto g62 (which will be available tomorrow). Let’s take a look at all of the features the Moto Tab g62 will have before it launches on August 17 in India.
The Moto Tab G62 will debut on August 17 in India. According to Motorola, the tablet’s main purpose is to entertain its consumers. The tablet’s specifications have also been made public by the Lenovo-owned business.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC, a 10.6-inch screen with 2K resolution, four speakers, and a sizable battery will all be included in the Moto Tab G62. It should be mentioned that on August 11, the business will introduce the Moto G62 smartphone in India.
Through a tweet on Twitter, Motorola revealed the Moto Tab G62’s debut date in India. A Flipkart webpage that explores some details regarding the impending tablet is also available. According to the manufacturer, the Snapdragon 680 SoC in the Moto Tab G62 would enable “rapid, smooth gaming.” The website hints that the tablet’s primary purpose is to deliver seamless entertainment.
The website also discloses that the Moto Tab G62 will include a metal body with a dual-tone finish, a 10.6-inch 2K IPS LCD screen with small bezels, and a quad-speaker system with Dolby Atmos for entertainment in addition to the CPU. A single rear and front camera will be present.
The Moto Tab G62 will come pre-installed with Android 12 and have a dedicated reading mode with TUV Certifications for eye safety, among other “exclusive experiences.” The tablet’s 7,700mAh battery will be capable of 20W charging. There will be two versions available at launch: LTE and Wi-Fi alone.
It should be mentioned that on August 11, Motorola will also release the Moto G62 smartphone in India. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC, a full-HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and 12 5G bands will all power the smartphone. Additionally, Motorola has stated that Flipkart will sell the Moto G62 in two colors: black and green.
The Moto Tab g70 earlier this year had a dual-tone design, and Motorola is continuing that trend with a new device. Additionally, it looks to be the earlier this year global release of the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus (3rd Gen). This tablet has a luxury appearance thanks to the addition of an aluminum metal design.
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The Moto Tab g62 sports a 10.6-inch 2K IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels as far as specifications go. The tablet is powered by a Snapdragon 680 CPU together with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Dolby Atmos-powered quad speakers and a 7,700mAh battery with 20W quick charging are also included.
An 8MP camera with autofocus is on the rear of this Motorola tablet, while an 8MP camera with fixed focus is on the front. The Tab g62 also comes with dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G LTE, and other important networking options. It offers a nearly stock experience with Android 12 installed right out of the box. Additional features include Kids Space, Special Reading mode, and others.
The Moto Tab g62 would be offered in two variations: Wi-Fi and 4G LTE, per the Flipkart advertisement. Keep checking back for further details since there are currently no details on price or availability.
India Release Date for the Moto Tab G62 & Price
The Moto Tab g62 has a dedicated website on the Indian e-commerce site Flipkart, despite Motorola having yet to tweet about the release of their newest tablet in India. It not only confirms the launch date of August 17 but also offers a thorough analysis of the Moto Tab g62’s appearance and specifications.
The Moto Tab G62 is most likely going to be positioned between the Tab G20 and the Tab G70. This suggests that the Tab G62 might cost about Rs 15,000 in India.