Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core, FHD IPS, 2GB SDRAM, 16GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat)

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The Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70 is a useful device driven by a robust 1.7 GHz processor and running on Android 4.4 KitKat platform. It is equipped with a 16 GB memory and features a convenient 10.1-inch display that provides clear visuals. This…

Last updated on June 18, 2021 1:50 pm
Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core, FHD IPS, 2GB SDRAM, 16GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat)
Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core, FHD IPS, 2GB SDRAM, 16GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat)


  • Android 4.4 KitKat (Up gradable up to latest OS)
  • 1.5 GHz ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core
  • 16 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • Built-In Lithium-Ion Providing up to 10 Hours per Charge (7200.0 mAh)
  • 10 inches FHD IPS LCD (1920×1200) Display
  • Android 4.4 KitKat, 10 inches FHD IPS LCD (1920×1200) Display
  • Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70F

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Specification: Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core, FHD IPS, 2GB SDRAM, 16GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat)

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color Blue
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Type 10.1
Model TAB 2 A10-70F
connectivity Micro-USB
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Model Identifiers B00TR05L9Y

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6 reviews for Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (ARM Cortex A53 Quad-Core, FHD IPS, 2GB SDRAM, 16GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat)

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  1. Tom

    I will simply confirm the many other positive comments by others… If you are looking for a 10″ tablet for general purpose / media player use at a good price, this should be at the top of your list. Specs are one thing, but real life performance is what actually matters and this tablet has that in spades. I am easily frustrated by lag on tablets and “buttery” performance is one of my primary requirements (I simply cannot stand jittery web page scrolling or momentary lockups when apps are downloading and upgrading). The Tab 2 A10 is well built, performs flawlessly – NO LAG – beautiful high resolution screen, good sound and *excellent* battery life. The Dolby Atmos surround sound feature is a but overhyped, but it does actually make a difference that I appreciate and I am glad it is included. On top of all that you have the Lenovo brand behind it, makers of some of the best laptop pc’s available, with USA based support.Really I am writing this review to pass on one important piece of feedback – the Tab 2 A10 comes with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, but Lenovo has already released a system update to Android 5.01 Lollipop, and the tablet will notify you to apply the update shortly after connecting to WiFi,,, However, it appears that as of today (8/21/15) there may be some unresolved issues with the Lollipop firmware and several users are complaining of sound and network issues after updating their tablets. While it is admirable that Lenovo is offering the update to the most current version of Android (many other tablet brands never bother updating their products – cough Asus!), I suggest you wait until the issues are resolved before updating your tablet, because it is impossible to return to the original firmware once that has been done. Lenovo appears to be working on the issues and I fully expect they will ultimately be fixed, but as for myself the tablet works so well as-is and there’s really no immediate need to update so I am happy to use KitKat until that time.The tablet does not include an HDMI port, but does provide screen casting for watching on television if desired.The tablet DOES have GPS capability despite the specs not being very clear of that (and the setup menu does not specify until you enter the detailed options, so it appears not to have GPS on the surface). There is no GPS app bundled with the tablet, but they are available at no cost in the Google Play store. However, Google Maps is included and recognizes the GPS receiver.For those who might be a bit spec snobby, while the cpu manufacturer, MediaTek, may not have much historical provenance, the MT8165 cpu is based on the A53 core and Mali T760 gpu, both of which are well rated cores and it appears MediaTek is becoming a worthy competitor. Based on the performance of this tablet, I certainly won’t discount them in the future based on name recognition alone.In summary, this is an excellent 10″ tablet at any price. The fact that it’s less than $200 is just a huge bonus. I was actually shopping for a good used tablet thinking that the performance I desired would be out of my budget, but the Tab 2 A10 proves you can get the performance at an affordable price.

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  2. Michael V

    This tablet is great for the price. I am blown away how little attention it’s getting. The speed is just as fast as an iPad Air. The battery last forever and it’s under $200. I watched 5 HD movies and the battery still had 20% left. The tablet is powerful enough for 99% of the population out there. It plays 1080p HD movies without issue. It plays games without a lag. The chrome web browser performs very fast. At the end of the day, you don’t need a top of the line iPad when you’ll never use all of the CPU power. This tablet will do everything you need.I’ve had this tablet for almost a month now. I compared it my wife’s iPad Air and it performs exactly the same and the screen is just as sharp. It’s a tad thicker than an iPad Air but you’ll never notice the difference. The best difference is that I can use any of my existing micro-usb cords (even car charger) and I don’t have to spend $30 buck for a lighting cable. Plus you can upgrade the memory to 64 MB for $20 simply by purchasing an micro SD card.About me: I’m computer geek and I’ve had multiple iPads and android tablets over the years.Note: They all ship with quad core 1.7 GHZ processors not 1.2 GHZ as stated on Amazon.Pro:Great battery lifeVery fast processorUniversal Micro USB portMicro SD memory slotSharp resolutionCons:Initially I had some intermittent issues with the wifi dropping after 3 days. I updated the OS and it never dropsBrightness is good, wish it was better by that can be said about an iPadBuy this tablet. You’ll be very happy

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  3. jachaves03

    This tablet worths every cent! Huge battery life (in normal use for reviewing Facebook, YouTube, mail), if you use it around 2 hours per day, it will last like 3-4 days. Fast and light system, great storage, runs good the games! 2 GB RAM!!!

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  4. doc4bax

    I did a lot of research before I bought a tablet. I would say this tablet is a pretty close comparison to the Amazon Fire 10 Tablet. Between the two what sets them apart is the camera and screen resolution on the Lenovo is higher definition. The Lenovo also comes with 2gb of ram while the Fire is 1gb. In online comparisons between the two, Lenovo won every time. The speakers are also very good on the lenovo and battery life is great.

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  5. jvdeasis

    The Lenovo TAB 2 A10-70 is a great tablet. 2GB of RAM, 1920×1200 10.1″ FHD screen, 7000 mAh battery for under $200? Amazing!However, the reason I’m reading this review is that they’ve recently added an almost entirely different version of the tablet as the main product on Amazon, with the same name. The version you are most likely seeing, the Lenovo TAB 2 A10-30, with the Snapdragon 210 processor, only has 1GB of RAM with a 1280×800 display. You still get the same battery and the same Dolby Atmos speakers, but it’s an almost entirely different tablet. 2GB vs 1GB of RAM is the difference between usable and unusable for me, especially on Android. And the screen isn’t nearly as nice.In fact, the specs are pretty much exactly the same as the slightly cheaper  Lenovo TAB2 A10 – 10.1″ Tablet (Qualcomm Snapdragon 210, WXGA, 1 GB SDRAM, 16 GB SSD, Android 4.4 KitKat) ZA0C0014US Of course, the A10-30 is also cheaper than the A10-70, but I find it rather deceptive that they’re using the same stellar reviews of the A10-70 to sell the A10-30, which will likely not give nearly as good of an experience. Sure other sellers might list multiple products like that, but the A10-30 was added after the A10-70 was already popular, which I find to be rather purposefully misleading.

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  6. otto174

    Great device,nicest display i ever owned,too bad it is a waste of money google has hobbled this excellent tablet so as to make it useless to anyone not married to google,on win 8 i can open and play or transfer files without intervention from microsoft,unless you want to do everything on your tablet under the authoritative gaze of mama google ,don’t buy android peroid because 4.4.4 kit kat was the last version that does not require your complete submission to google to transfer play or simply save any files to your own folder,it would not play my youtube video’s and made 125gb of saved files it would not play,unplayable again,useless integration into a computer is giving the company permission to make you their servant other than the other way around,I gave it away, windows,with all its flaws,it is not nearly so self important as,to demand unwavering submission to the furher to watch SNL clips on youtube first,with windows,just open and play,try that in 2 moves on android,gave it away and bought ms surface,windows yea!

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