Moto Tab G70 LTE was launched in India on Tuesday, January 18. It’s the second tablet to be introduced by Motorola after Moto Gab G20, which was launched in September 2021 and without a doubt, the newer model of the tablet comes with upgrades, better features and even design in my opinion. The features and the specs of the tablet are in balance with the price that has been set by the brand in order to make this a good choice for anyone looking for a durable, powerful and also good looking tablet.
There is also an introductory price offer for the interested buyers. The Moto Tab G70 has been launched for a price of Rs 21999 in India, and it will come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The tablet will be available in a single Cyber Teal colour. Starting today, customers can buy it directly from the platform of Flipkart. There are bank offers as well, which would drive the price of the Tab G70 down to Rs 21,249.
In terms of the features and the specs, there are quite a few notable integrations made by the brand that would definitely push the sales of the tablet.
DISPLAY — The Moto Tab G70 comes with an 11-inch 2K display with support for maximum brightness of 400nits.
PROCESSOR & STORAGE — It is powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T octa-core processor coupled with up to 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Users can expand the internal storage up to 1TB with the help of a microSD card.
BATTERY — In my opinion, the integrated battery of the tablet is the main selling point of the tablet. A big battery is always at the top of my priority list and Motorola has checked that box pretty well with a huge 7700mAh battery inside with the further support for 20W fast charging.
CAMERA — Usually with respect to tablets, brands tend to not pay much attention to the camera department, however, Motorola has catered to this aspect as well. Moto Tab G70 flaunts an 8MP sensor at the front for enabling video calling and selfies and a 13MP sensor at the rear for taking pictures and recording videos.
SPEAKERS — There are two speakers inside the tablet, one on each side with support for Dolby Atmos.
Overall, I think the Moto Tab G70 is a good device launched by the brand. There are certainly a few aspects where the brand could have done better, for example, there is no cellular support to the tablet. Had the brand offered that, this would have come with an extra edge over the others that are available in the market in the same segment.