Motorola Tab G70 Price Cut In India; Know The New Price And Features

- Updated: 21st Mar 2023, 10:38 IST
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Motorola launched the Moto Tab G70 in India in January last year, and now the tablet has received a price cut of Rs 2,000. Motorola Tab G70 price cut can be seen on the company’s site. The Moto Tab G70 was introduced in January 2022 for Rs 21,999 and has now been priced at Rs 19,999. You can purchase it in the Modernist Teal colourway colour.

Motorola Tab G70 Price Cut In India

Motorola Tab G70 Price Cut


Android 11 is present in Moto Tab G70. It has an 11-inch IPS 2K display with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels. The brightness of the display is 400 nits. The tab has received the TUV Rheinland certificate for low blue light. The body of the tab is aluminium. It has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage with a MediaTek Helio G90T processor, which can increase with the help of a memory card.

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This Motorola tab has a 13-megapixel rear camera with an aperture of f / 2.2. An 8-megapixel camera will be available in the front, which has an aperture of f / 2.0. The tab will house Google Kids Space, which houses over 10,000 apps selected by educators. The tab will also support the Google Play Store.

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This tab from Motorola has four speakers with support for Dolby Atmos. For connectivity, the tab has 4G LTE, Wi-Fi GPS, GLONASS, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth v5.2, and a USB Type-C port. Face unlock and fingerprint sensor will also support in Moto Tab G70. It houses a 7700mAh battery with support for 20W TurboPower charging.

This Moto Tablet comes with IP52 Water Repellent Design and runs on Android 11 OS. Finally, the tablet comes with a premium metal design. Also, it is only available in a single colour, the Modernist Teal.

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