The Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad build quality and finish is top-end
The Lenovo Xiaoxin Pad is without a doubt a premium tablet, with a super-thin 5.8mm build and an alloy unibody that weighs only 486 grams all up. It has 4 x JBL tuned loudspeakers with Dolby Atoms that sound fantastic some of the best we’ve heard. A build quality that is on part with the expensive Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ and those four loudspeakers sound just as good as the Tab S7+.
The screen is an 11.5″ slim bezel fully laminated OLED with a 2560 x 1600 resolution and a 60hz refresh rate. Due to the pentile arrangement of the pixels, it doesn’t look quite as sharp as a 1600p IPS screen would, looking close enough you’ll see jagged edges on fonts. But at your standard tablet viewing distance, it’s not an issue at all. The display is good 340 nits and the deep blacks look great. It supports HDR and Youtube at 1440p60 max. Netflix and Amazon Prime at FHD 1080p.
The Snapdragon 730G paired 6GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD offers smooth performance throughout and only shows its a weakness when pushing hard multitasking with games running in the background did it lag. The Android 10 ROM is quick and seems well optimized with no bugs so far in over a week’s use. There was one OTA update when I loaded up the tablet for the first time. The Antutu scores are a mid-range modest 271,000 whereas the top of the line Android tablets (Tab S7+) can get over 500,000 points but also cost a lot more. The 128GB UFS 2.1 internal storage offers decent speeds for the spec. Very good random reads and writes.
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