Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus Review: Solid LTE Tablet On A Budget



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The Android tablet market isn’t as populated as it used to be but that hasn’t stopped Lenovo from offering a quality slate. Alex reviews an affordable tablet with LTE support, the Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus.

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  1. ave b
    ave b says:

    Who thanks ! Very helpful very professional. Short and compact . You told me everything I needed to hear. Keep up the good work

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  2. mo far
    mo far says:

    Don't buy any lenovo TAB 4 they don't gave any update both security or android update which confirmed by lenovo you will stuck at 7.1 forever. My one LTE 10" version

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  3. vinoth kumar
    vinoth kumar says:

    Quick question about the display. Even though it has a full hd display i'm reading communities say they are having issue while streaming HD in netflix. Eventhough it has the widevine L1 netflix HD is not available. Anyone know anything abt this. I'm thinking of buying this mostly to stream content on netflix or amazon prime.

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  4. Star Brand
    Star Brand says:

    Lenovo makes great, long lasting, quality tablets, but… because Lenovo doesn't allow for upgrades, their tablets become obsolete very quickly. I have a Lenovo Yoga 2 and it's in pristine condition, working perfectly after 3 years, but, many of the Apps I originally had running on it are now no longer compatible. My Yoga 2 is currently running Lollipop 5.1 and CAN'T upgrade to Marshmallow to get these Apps to function again. Not asking for Oreo but Damn Lenovo. Now I'm forced to buy a new tablet just to run these simply Apps. I don't think I'll buy another Lenovo.

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  5. Carmen Nooner
    Carmen Nooner says:

    I bought the Lenovo Tab 4 last month because I found it on sale @Best Buy, and I had $25 in store credit so it came to $130. I was surprised at the battery life, but not overly impressed with the screen. That being said, I am a heavy user as far as entertainment, but not a gamer. I purchased a nice cover from Amazon for it and so far I am pretty pleased. I would not invest in the LTE model because it would be a waste for someone like me. And I have used an Android version of Lenovo's Yoga 10 3 in the past and was pleased with the form factor of the tablet, the speakers, but little else. To me, the Tab 10 4 actually out performs the Yoga, though it was touted as being the better tablet. And, I have owned the Yoga for close to two years now and still no update. My experience with Lenovo's tablets are what's keeping me away from any of their laptops.

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  6. Andrew Smith
    Andrew Smith says:

    Yeah agree about Lenovo and updates I had a Lenovo p2 and it never got updates that’s the reason I got rid of it ,I’ve got an iPad Air,iPad Air 2 and a Amazon hd 10 the air 2 is by far the best of the 3 .im wanting a good android tablet but cannot find one what would you recommend

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  7. John Armwood
    John Armwood says:

    Why would you pay extra for an LTE tablet or even laptop? It incredibly easy to tether your tablet or laptop to your cell phone. Tethering is also a much cheaper alternative. I have never bought a LTE PDA, tablet or laptop and I have been tethering since the Palm PDA and Handspring PDA days. LOL. Thanks once again. Your style is very personal, honest and unique. Keep up the good work.

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  8. QUAN GAMING
    QUAN GAMING says:

    I got a 2017 iPad refurbished link anyone want it, and no I'm not trying to scam any one.
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