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Lenovo clones iPad Pro with P12 Pro for $610

To be honest, Android tablets are making a comeback, and the next flagship iPad Prostyle tablet (after Xiaomi) is Lenovo. Say hello to Lenovo Tab P12 Pro, a high-end Android tablet for $609.99 with optional stylus, carrying case, and clip-on keyboard. 

 In the world of sluggish Android tablet competition, the P12 Pro looks good. The 12.6-inch, 2500x1600 (16:10) OLED screen occupies the front of the device, while the frame and back are made of aluminum. The Snapdragon 870 SoC that powers this device is rarely seen, but this chip represents a small clock increase for the flagship smartphone’s Snapdragon 865 in 2020. It is a 7nm chip with four Cortex A77 cores and four Cortex A55 cores. The entry model is equipped with 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of storage space, and the updated SKU is equipped with 8 GB of memory and 256 GB of storage space. The 

 has a 10,200 mAh battery, a fingerprint reader built into the side power button, a 45W Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0-compliant USBC port, Wi-Fi version 6 (802.11ax) with 2x2 MIMO antenna, and a microSD plug slot. There are four speakers, but if you want to use regular headphones, you must use the included USBC to 3.5mm adapter. For the camera, you can get an 8 MP front sensor and a ToF sensor (presumably for face unlock), as well as two rear cameras, a 13 MP main camera and a 5 MP wide angle. The device comes with Android 11. 

. If you can’t tell from the pictures, P12 Pro has some accessories, and we don’t have any price information about these accessories. The four pogo pins on the bottom of the tablet control power and communication with the clip-on keyboard. This is a full-size keyboard and trackpad combination, Lenovo promises "satisfactory 1.3 mm key travel and compact 19.0 mm key pitch reminiscent of our beloved more flexible keyboard technology." This is similar to many of Lenovo's The laptop keyboard is comparable. "Lenovo Precision Pen 3" can be magnetically attached to the side of the tablet and can be charged wirelessly. You can also use the pen button as a remote control for a camera or music player. A stand-style protective cover is also provided. 

 With the help of P12 Pro, Lenovo also launched "Project Unity", a Windows and Android pairing system that allows you to use Lenovo tablets as a second wireless display for Lenovo Windows PCs. If you are closely connected to Lenovo's hardware ecosystem, you can perform operations such as sharing documents between devices or using pen input on a Windows PC via an Android tablet. There are still many pricing issues with the 

 P12 Pro and its accessories. The basic model, WiFi only, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage space, North America priced at 609.99 US dollars, will be launched in October. Europe, the Middle East and Africa will get a cellular version of the tablet. The tablet will not be available in North America and will start at 899 euros.

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