Lenovo Malaysia introduces new tablets with dual speakers enhanced with Dolby Atmos

Posted:  November 20, 2017   By:    6 comments   

Lenovo Tab 4 Malaysia

Lenovo has introduced its new Lenovo Tab 4 series in Malaysia which are designed to deliver a great multimedia experience for the whole family. Both are LTE enabled and they come with dual-stereo speakers that are enhanced with Dolby Atmos audio.

Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus

The Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus is the higher spec tablet among the two and it comes with a 10.1″ IPS screen that pushes a Full HD resolution of 1920×1200. Under the hood, it runs on a rather capable Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor that’s mated to 3GB of RAM. Onboard storage is quite small at 16GB but it accepts microSD expansion up to 128GB.

For imaging, the Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus has an 8MP autofocus main camera and a 5MP front shooter. It also has 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS and FM Radio.

Powering the Tab 4 10 Plus is a 7,000mAh battery that charges via USB Type-C with QuickCharge 3.0 support. Also included is a fingerprint sensor which supports multiple users and out of the box, it runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. It is available only in Aurora Black and priced at RM1,299.

Lenovo Tab 4 8

If you’re looking for something smaller, the Lenovo Tab 4 8 comes with an 8″ HD (1280×800) IPS display and it is running on a modest Snapdragon 425 processor. There’s 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage which is also expandable via microSD up to 128GB.

It carries a 5MP camera at the rear and a 2MP shooter on the front. Powering the Tab 4 8 is a decent 4,850mAh capacity battery. Lenovo Tab 4 8 is officially priced at RM749 in Malaysia and it comes in Aurora Black and Polar White. Both tablets are available at Lenovo Exclusive Stores and Lenovo Multi Brand Stores throughout Malaysia.

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6 Comments for Lenovo Malaysia introduces new tablets with dual speakers enhanced with Dolby Atmos


Snapdragon 625 for modest day to day usage is acceptable but if we were to use it as a real professional tool then I doubt it's even enough. Especially when we are using it for Microsoft office, power point presentation or even simple image editing, multi-tasking will be a pain. All this requires a capable chipset that can handles a huge load.

I would prefer Lenovo to price the tablet 200 to 300 ringgit extra and give a slightly more capable chipset instead of this crappy 625 that is not meant for professional usage.


Been waiting the tab 4 8 plus since "launched" by February 2017. End up buying the huawei mediapad m3 used halfyear ady. Snapdragon 625 famous for long battery life, play heavy hd games needs a flagship processor with more powerful gpu.


    So what is your opinion abt huawei media pad


china sell 1499RMB and malaysia RM1299, is Ringgit so weak now?

David S Onassis

Before one goes racing ahead looking for "professional" equipment, one first needs to DEFINE "business or professional". Professional DOESN'T mean fast, It means "get the job done right".

I have used this tablet in heavy ambient (I am a programmer) and it stands up perfectly to heavy loaded tasks.

Quality is pretty much first class and looks are VERY cool.

The 16GB memory is not enough on its own as after the OS install there is approximately 8gb free so for this personally I have addeda 64GB chip which if formatted as internal memory it will not only enable apps to be installed to it but also makes the machine run faster.

Generally it's one of the best on the market.


Hey, wanna ask whether does this tablet similar to Lenovo Moto Tab? I checked that Lenovo Moto Tab does support voice call but not Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus. Any idea if Lenovo Moto Tab will be in Malaysia?