Leak Sudhanshu Ambhore has shared the first details about the Moto Tab G84, not to be confused with Motorola’s recently launched Moto G84 smartphone. Writing on Appuals, Ambhore claims that the Moto Tab G84 will serve as a successor to the Moto Tab G70, an entry-level option introduced by Motorola over 18 months ago. Although it is unclear when the company will replace the Moto Tab G70, Ambhore has released the first marketing images of the Moto Tab G84.
Based on this, it seems that Motorola has generally kept the design of the Moto Tab G70, such as a flat bezel and screen bezels that are uniform, but not particularly narrow. Additionally, the new Moto Tab still features a dual-tone design with a single 8 MP rear camera positioned in its upper right edge. However, Motorola has now combined the tablet’s rear lens and LED flash into a relatively large camera body.
Additionally, the Moto Tab G84 has a front-facing camera designed to be used with the table in landscape mode. Elsewhere, the Dolby Atmos and JBL logos are visible, along with cutouts for charging an active stylus and attaching a keyboard case accessory. Unfortunately, specifications remain unknown at this time, nor in which markets the Moto Tab G84 will be available.
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