Lenovo Working on a New Tablet: FCC Listing Reveals
Lenovo, the Chinese electronics giant, is reportedly developing a new tablet. Lenovo is known for producing high-quality tablets with unique features and specifications. However, a mysterious Lenovo tablet has been discovered in the FCC database before its official release, confirming the rumors of a new Lenovo tablet.
The FCC certification page has revealed a new Lenovo tablet with the model number TB-X6E6F. The listing also discloses some of the specifications of this upcoming product. The tablet is confirmed to support a 5G Wi-Fi network, and the bands that this tablet supports are also revealed on the website.
The radio spectrum of the Lenovo TB-X6E6F ranges from 30Hz to 300Hz. The gadget most likely follows the rule of lower frequency and longer range. However, if the frequency is lower, it will support a lower data rate. As a result, choosing a radio spectrum requires balancing range and data rate. The certification website also revealed the dimensions and front design of this future tablet, showing that its diagonal length will be greater than 200 mm. Wi-Fi Ant is positioned 71.2mm from the left and has dimensions of 158.8mmX251.2mmX9.2mm, according to the listing.
The upcoming Lenovo tablet will use the 2.4 GHz ISM radio band (2400 to 2483.5 MHz) for Bluetooth technology, which offers a decent balance between range and connectivity. The 2.4 GHz band is also accessible everywhere and is a true standard for low-power wireless communication.
So, this is all about the upcoming Lenovo tablet and its FCC listing details. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know by dropping a comment below.