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Lenovo Tab M10 Fhd Plus (2Nd Gen) (10.3 Inch, 4Gb, 128 Gb, Wi-Fi + LTE, Volte Calling, Platinum Grey) with Earphone, Kids Mode with Parental… ₹ 19499
Lenovo Tab M10 Fhd Plus (2Nd Gen) (10.3 Inch, 4Gb, 128 Gb, Wi-Fi + LTE, Volte Calling, Platinum Grey) with Earphone, Kids Mode with Parental… ₹ 19499

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Lenovo Tab M10 Fhd Plus (2Nd Gen) (10.3 Inch, 4Gb, 128 Gb, Wi-Fi + LTE, Volte Calling, Platinum Grey) with Earphone, Kids Mode with Parental... ₹ 19499
  • 10.3″ FHD (1920 x 1200), narrow bezel with TDDI touch technology|26.162 centimeters (10.3-inch) with 1920 X 1200 pixels resolution.Connectivity:WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2.4GHz & 5GHz Dual-band
  • Android v9 Pie operating system with 4 x A53 @ 2.3GHz, 4 x A53 @ 1.8GHz MediaTek Helio P22T Tab processor, 650MHz PowerVR GE8320 Gaming GPU
  • 4GB RAM, 128GB internal memory expandable up to 256GB, Single Nano SIM
  • 5000mAH lithium-ion battery
  • 8MP AF rear camera | 5MP front camera| 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase

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8 reviews for Lenovo Tab M10 Fhd Plus (2Nd Gen) (10.3 Inch, 4Gb, 128 Gb, Wi-Fi + LTE, Volte Calling, Platinum Grey) with Earphone, Kids Mode with Parental… ₹ 19499

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  1. Ali

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    Reviewing after 15 days Used.

    You’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – for Just 20k INR.

    Analysis:

    1. Display:
    It is a brilliant, IPS panel with very good colors, allows very wide viewing with only minimal color change over extreme angles, and a 16:10 full-HD ratio. It’s bigger than most tablets and even iPads (they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3). In Portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 screens side by side – which makes it a perfect choice for reading and browsing. Brightness isn’t the highest i’ve seen, but it has OK sunlight readability in max brightness if you’re planning on reading/surfing; but Movies/videos are best watched indoors.
    It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview mode, and the home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner to be used with a single thumb.
    2. Design: It’s a good, sturdy, metal-finish body with very narrow bezels around screen. The volume/lock buttons are textured which gives good feel to use them. USB-C is good to have, and it also has those things called “Pogo” connectors on side, which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attache keyboard/accessories.

    3. Performance:
    If you’re looking for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p videos in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop editing, office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3/1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough.
    Even playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you very good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with awesome audio without headphones).
    Another good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use of whatever it can handle for long time.
    ardware. That’s why this tablet doesn’t cost twice its price. You’ll have to sp

    4. Battery:
    This is a weird area. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Auto-Brightness + Read Mode turned on. You can even turn the Read Mode/Blue filter off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.
    For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 14GB of data, Watched YouTube etc. Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Only drawback is they don’t give ultra-fast 4G, but 3G speed of 1.2 MB/sec is more than enough. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot.

    But, if you turn off Blue Filter and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery times gets cut down in half. Just watching a 1-hour long 1080p-10bit-x265 video will bring the battery from 98% down to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of battery, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last much, much longer.

    Also, They didn’t give a fast-charger in the box, and even when I used my own fast-charger, the battery charges at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100%. So you should always use it’s own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery/hardware.

    5. Camera/Face Unlock:
    Only thing the cameras are good for is video calling and showing the people what’s in front of tablet and behind over the internet. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff).

    6. OS: It is a neat, pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest at Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any cusomized UI, pre-installed adwares, or useless apps/games that sometimes cannot be uninstalled. No, it has none of those things and it makes this tablet very good product out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. And it doesn’t have any restrictions so you install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style whatever.
    Android 10 might take very long to come for this so don’t wait for updates. What it has works good enough.

    OVERALL –
    1. Great display -Bit laggy in beginning but very good now.
    2. Great Speakers.
    3. Clean UI
    4. Good for Multi-tasking,Online Learning etc
    5. Not for gaming (no tablet in this price range is suitable for gaming)
    6. Speaker Volume good with Dolby.
    7. 128GB storage and 4GB ram- cherries on top.
    8. Camera’s very low usually for video calling only.

    This tablet has a huge, 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like single 4G SIM support, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 9, and capacity to play games on high framerates with low settings.

    There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together.
    Best in its Price Range. Better than Samsung Tab 10.1 .

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  2. vaithiyaNATHAN

    Good

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  3. Chinmay

    It has all the required features. Value for money.

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  4. Priyanka

    If you want a tab for minimum usage for kids to watch videos and attend online classes, then it’s highly recommended. The camera is not so great but overall a satisfactory product as I bought it for my kid.

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  5. Lokesh

    It lags so often.sometimes the touchscreen doesn’t respond and u have to off and on to work again.its not good for high level gaming.if ur using it for studing and watching videos then u can buy it .p:

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  6. Meenakshi

    It worked well few days. After few days touch is not working properly. For few seconds touch doesn’t work at all. This is not value for money product. Really disappointed

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  7. Dilipkumar Tarab

    After some use for months touch sensitivity got weak and operating become little irritating

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  8. Uday Singh

    For the price of 20K, you’re getting a 10.3-inch 1920×1200 display with 128GB storage – it’s as good as it can get in this price range.

    Analysis:

    1. Display:
    It is a brilliant IPS panel with good color range. It allows pretty wide viewing with minimal color change over extreme angles, and has a 16:10 ratio. On paper, it is slightly bigger than most tablets – they are all 10.1 inches while this is 10.3. In the portrait mode it is as wide as two Redmi Note 8 Pro screens side by side – which makes it quite good for reading and browsing. A4 pages zoomed in to fit edges look great because of its extra width. Brightness isn’t the highest I have seen. It has OK sunlight readability for outdoor reading/surfing. But movies/videos are best watched indoors because screen isn’t matte – It’s quite reflective in medium brightness and you’ll need a matte screen cover if you want to avoid those.
    It has a ‘Productivity Mode’ under display settings which turns the bottom Navigation bar into PC/Mac-like Taskbar, where are all your open apps appear as icons and can be opened/closed directly without going into overview/task-manager mode. The home/back/task navigation buttons are pushed to corner, which can be used with a thumb. Neat. It will take some getting used to, but this mode works better for me than standard navigation gestures.

    Note: If you’re myopic/near-sighted and want to use tablet up close without using your glasses, you’re going to see a lot of ‘pixelation’ in written text, ’cause this isn’t a retina/UHD panel.
    Eye protection mode works well and you can read books for a very long time without straining your eyes. This, along with Auto-Brightness, Reading Mode and big screen size make you feel like as if you’re reading an actual paper book instead of watching it on screen. Reading/browsing web is what this tablet is best suited for, and this is what I intended.

    Drawing: Using downloadable drawing apps on this tablet isn’t much good, because there’s noticeable lag when you paint/draw anything with your finger or a stylus-pen. However, it has its own pen-mode which can be activated by just swiping from mid-right edge. This mode, being an OS-function, is much more responsive and writing/drawing feels more natural. Google Keyboard’s handwriting mode works well and response is fast. Marking PDFs in Adobe Acrobat works like a charm, though you might want to buy a good quality stylus for that. Again, I cannot stress more about the fact that this tablet is meant for reading books.

    2. Sound/Recording:
    The two speakers placed on two sides give very good stereo separation, and the Dolby Audio modes make watching Movies/TV shows a treat on tablet speakers without using headphones. Don’t expect heavy bass or loudness cause they’re just tablet speakers, after all. There are tablets out there with much louder sound levels. Here, the sound is just loud enough for watching stuff with a ceiling fan on in your room in noisy daytime – Yes, they’re good enough, all things considered. But any more noise and the speakers can’t keep up. At night, when everything is quite outside, they work much better.
    Having dual mics and active noise cancellation is great for video/voice calls, though I’ll be using headphones for calls so this feature won’t get used much.

    3. Design: It’s got a good, sturdy metal-finish body with narrow bezels around the screen. The lock button is textured and feels nice. USB-C works well, and it has those “Pogo” connectors on side (or on bottom if you’re holding it in landscape mode), which are Lenovo’s own connector points to attach keyboard/accessories. Good for future, I guess? Although I’m skeptical if I’ll ever use them. If you’re buying a 20K tablet, I’m not sure you’re going to invest in expensive add-on accessories for this. But if you have something like Alexa docking station, it will fit right in.

    Back side has a small camera bump which will make you feel like you’re going to damage the lens or something if you place it on a hard table, but the camera isn’t any good to begin with so I wouldn’t worry about that at all. Another thing: There’s no screen protector included (I never use screen protectors on my devices anyway), and there’s no cover as well. But it’s made of sturdy stuff and I’ve been handling it rough for about a month and it’s doing great so far. Still, it is good idea to buy a cover/protector because you cannot escape screen-scratches in long term use.

    4. Performance and Connectivity:
    If you’re looking for a tablet for book reading, multi-tasking, split-screen usage, multi-tab web browsing, watching 1080p videos on YouTube/Netflix, playing videos (upto 10bit-HEVC/x265 1080p) in MX Player, or some light Snapseed/Photoshop Express editing, Office applications like MS Word, Powerpoint or play games like Clash of Clans/PUBG casually… Then you’re all set. 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, Mediatek 2.3+1.8GHz CPU and 128GB eMMC storage are enough. The hardware is mediocre and outdated but it works good enough.
    Playing PUBG/Call of Duty at low settings will give you good performance just like any phone with 4GB RAM (with stereo audio without headphones). A good feature of having mediocre hardware is that it doesn’t get very hot even after heavy use for a long time.

    But if you demand anything more (High graphics settings, x264 or x265 4K videos, fast video encoding), then this won’t do it. Gaming frame rates slow down to unplayable levels on high graphics settings and 4K videos stutter a lot during playback in both native player and MX player. Even 1080p videos, when heavily compressed in HEVC-x265 format have frame drops when playing back some intense, detailed action scenes.
    Why? Because LPDDR 4 RAM and PowerVR 8320 are 2017-level hardware. That’s probably why this tablet doesn’t cost too much. You’ll have to spend more money for powerful tablets if hardcore gaming and ultra-high performance is what you’re looking for. By spending about Rs.9,000/- more you can get the base version of an iPad which is like 20 times faster, but more on that later.

    It supports 4G SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, all the bells and whistles. No infrared though. It can simultaneously connect to a Wifi and work as hotspot router, and even has 5GHz mode for hotspot (which comes in handy when casting to an external display because 5GHz gives very minimal lag).
    Wifi hotspot has extra features, like you can block devices even if they have your hotspot password, you can limit the number of devices than can connect to your tablet (from 2 to 10), and you can see the names and software of all the connected/blocked devices. So that gives you full router-like control over your wifi hotspot which is a good feature.

    5. Battery:
    This is a weird area – it all depends on brightness. On one hand, this gives enough battery time to read books for many hours with Read Mode turned on. You can turn the Read Mode off and watch HD movies for like 4-5 hours and still have enough battery left to read/browse/work for 2-3 hours. And all that is with Auto-Brightness turned on and using tablet indoors.
    With regular usage of browsing/reading, watching Full-HD Youtube and ample standby time in between, this tablet easily lasts 24 hours before it needs charging.
    For networking, I charged it to 100% and inserted a BSNL SIM with limitless 3G data plan and used the tablet as Hotspot, I surfed the internet on computer using its hotspot all day, downloaded/uploaded about 24GB of data: Yes, BSNL is only mobile company that gives 3G plans with no speed limit no daily data limit. Screen was kept locked, only using it occasionally. At the end of the day it had a whopping 55% battery left after such a long usage of continuous 3G+Wifi hotspot at internet speeds of about 1.3 MB/sec. I liked it so much that I’ve made this default hotspot for my PC usage.

    But, if you turn off Auto-Brightness and increase the brightness to 100% (or use the tablet in bright light/daylight), battery backup gets cut down in half. Watching a 90-minute long 1080p-10bit-x265 video on full brightness will bring the battery from 98% to 59%. I guess the large backlit LCD display running at full brightness takes a LOT of power, so keep the brightness low with Blue filter on and it will last a lot longer.

    It doesn’t support fast-charging. Even when I used my MI-18W fast-charger, the battery charged at same, slow rate – about 2.5 to 3 hours from 1% to 100% – but charger itself got heated up. You should probably use its own charger and be content with what you get instead of trying incompatible chargers and damaging the battery.

    6. Camera/Face Unlock:
    Only thing the cameras are good for is videocalling. Other than that, they’re pretty much useless. Not much details in the 8/5MP cameras. Even face unlock doesn’t work well in dim-lit rooms/indoors/dark conditions (and indoor/dark conditions are where the tablet works best, so it’s a bad tradeoff). Don’t get me wrong, in well-lit conditions the face unlock works fine, even when you shave your beard or put on glasses. But in dark, its own screen light isn’t bright enough to detect your face. A workaround is using a very white-ish/snowy wallpaper as your lockscreen and keep brightness at max – that will shine enough light on your face to unlock screen in complete darkness.

    6. OS: It is a pure Android 9.0 with Feb 2020 patch so it’s as latest as Android Pie can get. It doesn’t come with any customized UI, pre-installed adware, or useless apps/games that cannot be uninstalled – It has none of those things and that makes this tablet a very good product right out of box. You get an unhampered Android OS without any useless overlays using your storage/RAM. It doesn’t have any OS restrictions so you can install your own Home/Launcher app, change themes, keyboards, navigation style, whatever.

    Android 10 has been officially released via OTA upgrade for this tablet and it works great! Performance has become much better, universal dark theme is a welcome feature. There are no lags whatsoever after using Android 10 on this for about a month.
    Although, after upgrading to Android 10, you no longer have control over who can and cannot connect to you Wifi Hotspot, you cannot limit number of users and you cannot even see the names of the devices connected to you tablet’s Wifi hotspot. This bugged me.

    Attaching a wireless keyboard/mouse effectively turns the tablet into a complete PC, with a taskbar. Using PC/Productivity mode to write documents, create presentations and chat with people is just like having a mini laptop. Don’t expect Samsung Dex-like freedom, though. Still, you can enable “force resize” option in developer mode and every app (including Instagram that doesn’t support split-screen) will work split-screen in landscape mode. Switching apps from taskbar is fast and there’s no lag that I’ve noticed so far.
    Then again, I don’t use bloatware apps or games and always keep very neat, minimum set of apps with lots of free space so maybe that’s the reason this tablet works so smooth for me? Who knows.

    7. Accessories: It doesn’t come with any accessories, not even headphones. Buying official Lenovo covers/folio covers or alexa speakers with this tablet doesn’t make much sense. For a 20K tablet, even a simple folio cover that costs around 1200/- seems too expensive. Buying an expensive stylus/pen is of no use too, because drawing apps lag.

    But there are alternatives: You can buy a cheap 10-inch Keyboard case for just 500/-, and a simple stylus pen for 400/- if you wanna take notes on this. These two things kind of complete this tablet (see pics) and effectively turn it into a working laptop computer where you can type long documents and mark PDFs, do videocalls etc.
    For better results, you can buy a Bluetooth keyboard case by HOM for INR 2300/-. It has good leather cover, laptop-like detachable wireless keyboard with chiclet-island buttons.

    Overall:
    It’s not a bad product. It’s very good at what it’s supposed to do. But thinking of it as a high-performer will get you disappointed. It’s a good reading/watching/working tablet with huge storage. Let me tell you why it is good:
    In similar or lower price range, you’ll get 10.1-inch or smaller 7-inch tablets with 720p or maybe 1080p resolution. and upto 2/3 GB RAM (gaming is out of question there even at low settings). You’ll get only 16:9 ratio which is less wide than Lenovo. The others, including more expensive iPads have like 32/64GB stroages with only Wi-Fi and no 3G/4G SIM, or maybe 3G/4G SIM for Internet only and no voice calling. You may get only one speaker, or two speakers sitting on the same side, Android support with up to Android 8.0, and they all come with custom UI, pre-installed useless malware that can’t be uninstalled.

    This tablet has a bigger 10.3-inch full-HD IPS screen, wider 16:10 portrait ratio, 4GB RAM, proper phone-like 4G SIM with calling support, a fast enough CPU, 128 GB storage with SD-card support, USB Type-C, dual stereo speakers with dual mics, Malware-free Pure Android 10, and enough capacity to play all android games on medium/low settings. There’s not a single tablet in this price range that can give you all this together. This is by far cheapest 128GB tablet, cheapest 10.3-inch tablet and cheapest 4GB RAM tablet, and cheapest Android 10 tablet.
    There are few things they could have done better – 1440p or AMOLED display, IR-face unlock, better battery, faster GPU. But asking for these things at 20K price seems pointless.
    They could have given a fingerprint scanner and fast-charging though – Those features are common in even the cheapest phones nowadays. This is the only reason I’m giving it a 4-star rating instead of 5.

    Alternatives/Comparisons:
    1. Going below 20K:
    a) If you go a little low on the budget by even Rs.1000/-, the 19K tablets’ specs drop down to 3GB RAM and 32GB storage e.g. IRA, DOMO etc which aren’t even reliable brands.
    b) Going as low as 15K will get you even lesser 2GB RAM, 16/32GB storage, slower CPU/GPU and no SIM support. e.g. Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Huawei Mediapad etc. If you’re on budget and don’t wanna spend 20K, those are good enough options.
    c) Going further below will degrade the specs even more, and reduce screen size down to 8-inches. e.g. Alcatel 3T, Lenovo M8, Lenovo M10, Galaxy Tab A 8-inch and so on.

    2. Going up 20K:
    a) iPad 10.2-inch has larger 4:3 screen area, high-res Retina display, much faster CPU/GPU and incredible performance. For 30K, this is next-best option. Its downsides: you get only 32GB storage with no SD-card support, no SIM/calling support, very expensive accessories and limited customization. If your concern is only performance and you don’t need large storage or phone calling, better go for it because its performance is unmatched in comparison to this Lenovo tab.
    b) Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite: Larger display, Louder audio, S-pen included (albeit a fragile one), SD-card support, 4GB RAM, faster performance, larger battery. For 28K, this is also a good option. Downside: Again, no SIM/calling, lesser 64GB storage.

    So, there you go. Best value for money in this price range.

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