As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic forced the masses to work and attend classes from home, there has been a sudden rise in the demand of tablets, a market that was facing a rapid decline.
Hence, manufacturers like Huawei, Xiaomi and Lenovo have started working on developing high-end tablets again. Recently, Lenovo officially teased a new tablet device, the Lenovo “Xiaoxin” Pad Pro 2021, via its official Weibo account.
The company confirmed that the tablet will have a 90Hz OLED screen with support for HDR10 and DolbyVision. The display will support 600 nits of brightness and will carry TÜV Rheinland certification for eye safety. Moreover, it will offer 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution.
In addition to this, the post discloses that the tablet will be powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset and will run a modified version of Windows 10 for ARM processors.
Like other Lenovo tablets, the new Pad Pro will also be reminiscent of the iPad Pro. It is pretty clear from the teaser images that Lenovo had an iPad Pro-like design while coming up with the Lenovo “Xiaoxin” Pad Pro 2021. It has similar slim bezels that hide a single front-facing camera, quad-speaker output, a microSD card slot, and a power button with an embedded fingerprint scanner.
The launch details are still under wraps.