Lenovo Legion Tab Y900 with a massive 14.5″ screen launched in China

Good to know gaming tablets are still a thing

Gaming phones are mainstream and are created for performance. Their screens are narrow so it may be hard for others to fully take advantage of their gaming capabilities. So, why aren’t gaming tablets a thing? Lenovo is already making those, and it’s the perfect one for mobile gamers because not only do they receive top-notch performance, but also, large, bright, and powerful displays. Perfect for Android users.

The Legion Tab Y900 has launched in China featuring a large bezeless 14.5″ 10-bit 3K OLED screen with Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and a high frequency PWM Dimming of 1920Hz. This allows the tablet to be extra bright, given its 500nits maximum brightness. We’re not sure if it will have high refresh rate though.

Powering this massive tablet is a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset, a 4nm chipset that rivals that of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. This has 12GB LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB UFS 3.1 internal storage (although we wished it was 512GB instead). Also, to make the perfect gaming experience, Lenovo has partnered with JBL to bring you a quad-speaker setup with four HJBL subwoofers. That’s a total of eight speakers working together (plus Dolby Atmos) to bring the most immersive sound experience ever found on a tablet or smartphone of any kind.

Also, unlike most tablets, Lenovo did not forget that tablets are useless with a crappy battery, and so this has a large 12,300mAh battery with 68W fast charging. For that capacity, 68W may not sound fast, but it’s more than enough to quickly get back on the game you were playing, especially if that game involves spending your life savings.

Lenovo did not mention anything for its cameras. While these are not that important for tablets, it’s still worth a mention, especially those who will do face cam. Although, you could say that users who will purchase this tablet could at least afford a decent webcam.

There is also the optional stylus and keyboard attachment. This thing is as large as most mainstream laptops so having a keyboard just makes things more convenient. It launches with ZUI 15 based on Android 13 and is on sale in China for CNY 4,999 (~Php 39.5K). It’s only available in China for now, and neither Motorola nor Lenovo has told us anything.

Source: GizmoChina