After the release of the Moto G20 mobile phone, the Moto Tab G20 recently appeared in the Google Play Console. Although the name is similar, the latter is a tablet, but like the Moto G20, it is positioned in the low-end market.
According to the shared specifications of Moto Tab G20, an 8-inch screen with a resolution of 800×1200 will be adopted, with a PPI of only 240, and the display effect is a bit average.
The processor is MediaTek’s 12nm process MT8768A chipset (also known as Helio P22T). There is no 5G network support and no WiFi 6, but 4G and dual-band WiFi 5 are still available.
The GPU is PowerVR GE8320, with up to 3GB RAM.
In terms of appearance, some renderings of Moto Tab G20 also surfaced before the release. It seems that the black borders of the four-sided border are a bit obtrusive, and it does not look like a new product.
The overall appearance is very similar to the third-generation Lenovo Tab M8, and the specifications and dimensions are very similar to Tab M8.
Therefore, some netizens speculate that the Tab G20 is a replica of the Lenovo Tab M8. If it is, then the lens may be front 2 million pixels + rear 5 million pixels, battery capacity of 5100mAh, and dual speakers.
In terms of system, Motorola’s products mostly use simplified native Android. Moto Tab G20 will run on the Android 11 system, and it should still be possible to use it for online lessons.