Product Review: Lenovo Tab A7-30 (A3300HV)
The Lenovo Tab A7-30 (A3300HV) is a nice little 7” tablet that runs on a Mediatek MT8121M chipset with a Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7 CPU and comes standard with Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) which can be upgraded to KitKat.
Officially released in May 2014, the device weighs at 327 grams and comes with support for WiFi, GPS, FM radio and microSD up to 64GB. It also has an 8GB internal storage with 1GB RAM.
Although the tablet does not support LTE, it does allow voice calling over GPRS which is an added bonus.
It also has hotspot features and has an inbuilt accelerometer, and a non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery which can last up to 24 hours in power saving mode.
The A7-30 has a 2 meg-pixel rear camera that supports Geo tagging and video. Unfortunately, the quality is not as crisp as my Samsung Galaxy SIII so Lenovo still have some work to do.
On the fun side, the Lenovo Tab A7-30 natively supports a wide range of audio and video files including MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, MP4 and H.264.
The Lenovo Tab A7-30 is an affordable mid-range tablet that can be enjoyed by anyone for any purpose.