Lenovo develops unique Android tablet with a decisive advantage

Lenovo is known for turning unusual ideas into new products. Just a few days ago, the Chinese company presented the ThinkBook Plus, an ultra-wide notebook that is even equipped with a second display. The coming gaming tablet with Android is going a similar way.

Lenovo Legion Y700: Gaming-Tablet mit 21:10-Display

Most tablets on the market have a screen with an aspect ratio of 16:10, 16: 9, or 3: 2. That may work when watching videos and reading, but when you play games you want to see more. That is why Lenovo is expanding the Legion Y700 gaming tablet. Instead of a 16:10 display a 21:10 display is installedthat is supported by certain games such as Honor of Kings or League of Legends. Lenovo likes to compare this tablet with the new iPad mini 6.

Instead of reducing the size of the game and seeing black bars or simply showing a smaller section, the Legion Y700 from Lenovo can use the entire screen, as it supports the game’s native aspect ratio. Man then simply has an advantage in the game, because you can see more directly. You can see how big the difference is in the graphic below:

The Lenovo Legion Y700 with a 21:10 display can display League of Legends completely. (Image: Weibo)

As a processor, Lenovo will use a Snapdragon 870 for the Legion Y700, which should have enough power to handle the high-resolution Display mit 120 Hz to be able to drive. At 8.8 inches, the tablet is nice and handy, so you can play well with it. There is also a 3.5 mm jack and there are two speakers that should provide decent sound.

The iPad mini 6 is likely to be Lenovo’s most important opponent:

Lenovo Legion Y700: No presentation date yet

It is currently not known when Lenovo will present the Legion Y700 and whether it might find its way to Germany. With these specifications and an attractive price, it would be an interesting option, especially since there are hardly any Android tablets on offer in this size.