It seems that Lenovo is taking Android tablets more seriously every day. The Tab P12 Pro was already an exciting device, but apparently it’s about time for a successor. And it seems to have just appeared in the Google Play Console. The Lenovo Tab Extreme name seems appropriate as it is the first tablet ever to be powered by MediaTek’s high-end Dimensity 9000 chipset.
And that’s not the only premium feature. The Tab Extreme also has a display with a resolution of 3,000 x 1,876 pixels and 8 GB of RAM under the hood, at least in one of the versions. Android 13 runs directly at the start. However, it is not yet known when this start will come.
If it launches before the Google Pixel tablet in May, it could be the first Android tablet running Android 13. The Lenovo Tab Extreme has the model number TB570FU and, according to the image from the Google Play Console, has very narrow bezels all around. At least for a tablet as the front camera barely fits in the top bezel.