Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus Android Tablet with 4G LTE Review – Under $230

Sponsored by Puls: use my link for $20 off your next phone repair! Buy the Tab 4 on Amazon – (affiliate link) – Lenovo’s Tab 4 Plus 8″ tablet doesn’t cost all that much yet delivers adequate performance, great build quality, and a nice 1900×1200 IPS display. See more tablets : and subscribe!

00:20 – Sponsored by Puls
01:10 – Hardware overview
01:13 – Price
01:21 – Display
01:39 – Processor
02:17 – OS
02:20 – Weight
02:24 – Battery life
02:39 – Sim / SD Card tray
02:58 – Compatible carriers
03:30 – LTE performance (AT&T / FreedomPop)
03:50 – speakers
04:15 – Ports
04:36 – Fingerprint reader & multi user access
05:41 – Cameras
06:09 – Performance
06:34 – Gaming
06:38 – Gaming: Minecraft
06:51 – Gaming: Grand Theft Auto Vice City
07:12 – 3DMark: Slingshot Benchmark
07:50 – Build quality

I am pleased with the value for the price here. While it does not best the reining graphical performance champion Nvidia K1, it does have a comparable CPU score. That means it should adequately handle most of the Android apps thrown at it.

Added benefits are the 4G / LTE support with wide carrier compatibility, finger print reader, and really nice IPS display. There’s just nothing to really complain about here.

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  • Good review thanks

    Gofor It April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Well done . It's great to hear clearly spoken sentences . Very rare phenomenon , these days .

    Peregrine McCauley April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • no nfc

    bad man April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Yeah game ka name and link please sand

    Zama Rizvi April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Hello does this have a built in cell phone?

    Dezzi D. April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Out of all the newer budget tablets out there and all the reviews this is my first choice and the new 2019 nook is good enough for my lite use.And for the price my wallet thanks you.😀😃😆👍

    John Mendoza April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Lenovo's another funny processor

    Geek Jawaid April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • 3 ram – for better multi

    Pz Da April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Can you use it as a phone?

    vasilisa22 April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • can we make phone calls with this tablet?

    Lyn's Cuisine April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • What are those antiques in your background …

    AA HH April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Lenovo tab modal no. 8504x let hi volet nahi sapot Nani karta hi

    Doman Tudu Official April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Does it have adaptive brightness ? I viewed one in store and didn't have the option but manual states it has a sensor ??

    Phil Buck April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Buyers beware that the 3GB Ram , 16GB Storage variant of the `Lenovo Tab4 8 Plus (model 8704x)` DOES NOT HAVE any magnetic gps sensors inbuilt! So you cannot use the device as a stand alone SAT NAV or use Google maps or compass apps. Very sad and misleading that a lot of websites state that this device does have these sensors, when from a owner, buyers point of view they don't! Having spoke to Lenovo Tech team , they are unaware of this problem and have no answers.

    M T April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • What about sound, atmos and front facing speaker quality, I heard its not too great.

    M1S†eR FREE D April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Why don't u show the back of the tablet?

    vichhai chork April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Hi Lon. nice review. But I need to ask between this tablet and the iPad mini 4 which do you think has a better sounding & clearer / louder audio? And in terms of split screen multitasking which one you think supports more apps in split screen and one that supports drag n drop?

    Gino Guillermo April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Does it voice call

    hlupuii ralte April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Can you make call on that tablet like phones?

    Dude-In-Room April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Lol its funny that everyone "forgets" to say Lenovo tablets can handle fat 32 system ONLY so basically you cant copy files on it wich are larger than 4 GB so you can fuck your HD videos if you buy this one.

    Comrade Morlac April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • If you take a look at the specs on gsmarena and remove 2 gbs of ram for the us version, it has to be really powerful.I Think the reason why it isn’t very powerful in practice is due to software issues.If you fix that the specs on this thing with a little bit of overclocking should be able to run some basic gamecube games like Fire Emblem Path of Radiance, but you might want to free up as much as RAM as possible and disable bloatware and overclock with openGl for it to run preoperly

    Switchyskibbleman April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • 2gb is good enough, definately at this price point, . Samsung offers 1 or 1.5 gigs at this price

    sayyam nasir April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • Can someone please let me if it supports stylus or that any pen technology lenovo talked about earlier? If someone is actually using a pen, then please share that information.

    Queenie1612 April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • I have been waiting so long for a 4G LTE TAB worth picking up
    This might be the one

    Toby DeCoteau April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply
  • It's remarkable to me how both Google and Apple REFUSE to make the one product that most NORMAL people want…yet Microsoft, the one company that NOBODY wants to make it, is more than willing to produce it, but can't due to their own software limitations (App gap). Normal people just want A LAPTOP THAT WORKS LIKE THEIR SMARTPHONE DOES. That's why MS threw out Windows RT (too little, too late, too wrong) and will someday return to that well (again, in vain) with their project Andromeda. All Google had to do was make a skin of Android that translates somewhat well into a laptop form factor, and they would have scored big. ChromeOS is a BETTER idea, mind you, but not what normal people want. They don't want to learn a new interface, and they want something that pretty much runs all the apps on their smartphone. Samsung knows this, which is why they created DeX, but so far have FAILED to release any DeX laptops or desktops, which I feel is criminal in 2018. Apple also refuses to integrate iOS into a decent laptop experience. Of course they no doubt have toyed with the idea, but they are more concerned with selling separate pieces of hardware than convergence for the consumer's benefit. I feel that an Android-based laptop is long overdue. Like Samsung, smaller outfits like Jide an Sentio have already done the hard part of "windowizing" Android, so where are the actual products that run desktop-ish Android?????????????

    J Garcia April 19, 2020 10:57 am Reply

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