On schedule, Motorola recently released the Moto Tab G62, its newest low-cost tablet. India was the first country to receive the brand-new slate, and gradually it will reach other countries as well. It is a budget tablet with a $201 beginning price.
Despite being a cheap tablet, it is made of metal and features a 10.6-inch LCD with 2,000 x 1,200 pixels of resolution and substantial bezels all around it. One camera is located in the corner of the two-toned rear. Onboard fingerprint unlocking is not available, although the design is water-repellent. Dolby Atmos audio is played over a quad speaker system.
The tablet has a cheap Snapdragon 680 SoC from Qualcomm inside, with a single memory configuration of 4GB/64GB, although it can be expanded by up to 1TB with a microSD card. Out of the box, Android 12 will boot.
The gadget only has two cameras: an 8MP front camera for video calls and an 8MP primary camera with a wide 118° field of view. A USB C connector that supports 20W rapid charging is used to recharge the 7,700 mAh battery.
The Motorola Moto Tab G62 will only be offered in one colour and in LTE and Wi-Fi only models. Starting at $201, the WiFi-only model is more affordable than the LTE model ($226). In the next months, anticipate the tablet’s arrival in various areas.