The Lenovo Tab M10 Plus features a 10.61-inch IPS display with 2K resolution, slim bezels, an 85% screen-to-body ratio, and a brightness of 400 nits. In addition, the Tab M10 Plus is equipped with four speakers and Dolby Atmos support, making it ideal for streaming music and watching TV shows and movies. The Tab M10 Plus has a height of 7.45 mm and a weight of 465 grams, and it has an 8-megapixel camera on the front and back.
As for the display, the Lenovo Tab M10 Plus is equipped with a 60 Hz, 2000×1200 FHD 10.6-inch panel with 220 ppi. The display is really sharp, crisp and very clear with impressive color reproduction from all viewing angles. We enjoyed watching content with Netflix, Youtube and other apps. The Lenovo Tab M10 Plus also features a reading mode that includes grayscale and muted colors.
The Lenovo Tab M10 Plus features a 60 Hz, 2000×1200 FHD 10.6-inch panel, which translates to 220 ppi resolution. I am a big fan of this display. It’s sharp, crisp, clear, and gets the job done. From consuming content on Netflix to aimlessly scrolling through Twitter, although I would have liked a higher refresh rate, the display was adequate as it is, and there is no area I could complain about.
Speaking of contrast, colors look vibrant and viewing angles are great. However, it is to be expected that some of the brightness is lost as soon as you view the tablet from the side. Also, if you take the tablet outside on a sunny day, it performs quite well, provided you don’t expose it to direct sunlight. All in all, the display is great, and it does its job. It’s definitely not color accurate. Compared to my 12.9-inch iPad Pro, I immediately noticed that HDR content isn’t displayed nearly as vividly. But considering the price, there’s not much to complain about.
The Tab M10 Plus Gen 3 comes with either eMCP or uMCP storage. This is because the MediaTek Helio G80 is not compatible with the UFS standard. The internal eMMC 5.1 storage has a capacity of 64 GB in our Wi-Fi version of Lenovo’s tablet. Around 49 GB are still available after deducting the operating system. Those who need more capacity can expand the storage by up to 1 TB via microSD cards that support exFAT. Thanks to the exFAT file format, files larger than 4 GB can also be stored on the storage medium. Those who opt for the LTE version can also insert a nano-SIM into the card slot.