Motorola‘s first tablet in almost a decade is officially here at last, and in line with a bunch of recent rumors and teasers, this is… definitely not a screamer. Powered by a humble MediaTek Helio P22T processor, the Moto Tab G20 rivals the likes of Amazon’s Fire HD 8 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in terms of raw speed and screen size rather than any of Apple’s blazing fast and crazy popular iPads.
In case you’re wondering, the third-gen Lenovo Tab M8 is not available stateside (just yet), so at least in theory, a US commercial debut before the holidays could be in the cards for the Moto Tab G20. It remains to be seen, of course, if there’s a (large enough) audience for a low-cost Android 11 tablet with an HD+ (1280 x 800) display in tow, as well as a modest 32GB storage space coupled with 3 gigs of RAM.
Impressively, the 5,100mAh battery is advertised as capable of keeping the lights on for up to 18 hours of continuous web browsing on a single charge, with the “premium metal design” also looking like a major selling point hard to rival by many other sub-$200 tablets.