New Motorola Moto Tab Android Tablet Launches Exclusively On AT&T

AT&T's Moto Tab is a $300 tablet for watching DirecTV

The former is an Alexa speaker that you dock the Moto Tab into, whereas the latter is a foldable keyboard case. It was Motorola's attempt to take on the increasing popularity of the Apple iPad. Lenovo recently announced the Moto Tab, but despite having the "Moto" branding, this is very much so a Lenovo and AT&T tablet rather than a true Motorola one. Unfortunately, the tablet was a commercial failure. The second largest U.S. mobile carrier presents the device as a "family tablet designed for entertainment", as it's got a 10.1-inch Full HD screen, plus dual speakers with Dolby Atmos sound, and supports up to 7 customizable profiles (perfect for large families). For now, the Moto Tab will remain exclusive to the U.S. carrier AT&T. This new Android tablet comes with premium mid-range specs and a rich set of features that recommend it as a media consumption slate for the entire family. With no Moto Z2 on the market, all of the pressure is on the Moto Z2 Force to carry the Lenovo-owned company's flagship banner ... The tablet comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage.

Moto Tab ships with TV Mode which lets users quickly access favourite shows, movies and content in a single swipe from the home screen, lock screen, or by tapping the Quick Launch button.

Motorola Tab features Kids Mode so parents can be worry-free whenever they give the tablet to the children because websites and content have been approved and curated.

Lenovo has added a fingerprint scanner on the tablet along with Type-C port and dual speakers with support for Dolby Atmos sound.

In addition to the tablet itself, buyers can also pick up two different "packs" of additional hardware.

There is no word on the release outside the U.S. at this point.

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