Lenovo announces a competing tablet that works with 5G networks Lenovo announces a competing tablet that works with 5G networks

Lenovo announces a competing tablet that works with 5G networks

Lenovo announces a competing tablet that works with 5G networks

Lenovo announced a new tablet that can work with 5G networks, and it will be offered at competitive prices.
The computer has a 10.4-inch LCD screen, with a resolution of (1200/200) pixels, and a brightness rate of approximately 280 cd/m.

Its version is equipped with MediaTek Kompanio 900T processors, random access memories with a capacity of 6, 8 and 12 GB, and internal storage memories with a capacity of 128/256/512 GB that can be expanded via microSD chips.

The primary camera for these computers was 13 megapixels, and the front camera was 8 megapixels.

These devices have modem chips that enable them to connect to Wi-Fi networks (5), 4 high-performance speakers, and a battery with a capacity of 7200 mAh that works for approximately 8 hours on a single charge.

The computer version that comes with 6/128 GB memories will be offered at a price of approximately $340, while the version with 8/256 GB memories will be offered at a price of approximately $395, and the versions with 12/512 GB memories will be offered at a price of $410.



The most popular programs in the Russian RuStore application store

The administrators of the Russian RuStore app store announced that the store witnessed a high demand from users last year, and published a list of the most popular applications that users downloaded through it.
The store administrators indicated that Sberbank Online, Ozon, and 2GIS applications were at the top of the programs downloaded from the store, as were applications related to financial matters, followed by “useful tools” applications.

Three categories of applications shared third place in terms of the number of downloads: online purchasing applications, entertainment and transportation applications, and gaming applications.

Among the financial applications that were frequently downloaded by the store's users were Sberbank Online, Tinkoff and VTB Online applications, and among the "useful tools" applications users preferred Megafon applications, email applications from Mail.ru, and My MTS applications.

Regarding online purchasing programs, the store’s users mainly downloaded the Ozon, Wildberries, and Megamarket applications. The store also witnessed a great demand for downloading the Yandex Maps, Yandex Go, Yandex Music, and Rutube applications.

Among the most popular games on the store were: Tanks Blitz, Bus Simulator 3D, and Plus City.

The RuStore application store was developed by a group of Russian companies led by the company responsible for the Russian “VK” social networking network, and with the support of the Russian Ministry of Digital Development. Security systems developed by Kaspersky Lab were integrated into this store to ensure that all applications in it are free of malware.
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