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Lenovo Tab4 series is set to get Android 8.1 Oreo in November 2018

Android tablet lovers have fewer and fewer options nowadays, and it doesn't help that these tablets often get relegated to the back of the update priority list. Samsung just recently began rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to its Galaxy Tab S3, the Huawei MediaPad M5 ships with Oreo too, but Lenovo's most recent tablets, the Tab4 series, are still on Nougat 7.1. There's hope though, if you're very patient.

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[Update: Plus models too] Lenovo Tab 4 models now available, $129 for 8" and $179 for 10.1"

Lenovo is one of the few major Android manufacturers still invested in tablets, and the company's 'Tab 4' lineup has been highly anticipated by fans. Both 10.1-inch and 8-inch models have shown up for pre-order online, with the former costing $129 and the latter costing $179.

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Lenovo Home Assistant Pack transforms the Tab 4 into an Alexa speaker of sorts... nothing to do with Google Home or Assistant

Oh Lenovo, Lenovo, Lenovo. I don't wish unemployment on anyone, but I think it's time you fired your product naming and branding team. After the massive headache of the new Moto names, now comes this "Home Assistant Pack" that, unlike what you might think, has nothing to do with Google Home or Google Assistant, but as a matter of fact, works with its competitor voice service, Amazon Alexa. Was "Alexa Thingamajig Pack" taken by another company?

I digress... no wait, I can't. I really can't get over the fact that Lenovo chose two brands that are mostly associated with Google to launch an Alexa product.

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Lenovo's new Tab 4 Series is a collection of 4 different tablets aimed at kids, teens, and adults alike

Beside the new Moto G5 and G5 Plus, Lenovo is introducing a few tablets at MWC this year: the Tab 4 Series. And a "series" this is, because we're talking about 4 different tablets, without factoring in LTE and non-LTE versions, storage options, and colors. There's the regular Tab 4 in both 8" and 10" variants, then there's the Tab 4 Plus also in 8" and 10" variants.

All of them have Dolby Atmos for better sound with headphones or through the stereo speakers. They will all run Android 7.0 with Lenovo talking up multi-user support to allow many family members to use the same tablet.

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