It seems that the Chinese manufacturer Lenovo wants to release a tablet under the Motorola brand name. A listing has appeared in the Google Play Console for a Moto Tab G20. The features are very similar to an already existing tablet from Lenovo.
The listing includes a render and specs of the new device, MySmartPrice reports. The Moto Tab G20 would run on a MediaTek Helio P22T soc with 3GB of memory. The screen would have a resolution of 1280×800 pixels, for an aspect ratio of 16:10.
According to the Chinese site, the tablet is very similar to the Lenovo Tab M8. Motorola once made a tablet under the name Xoom as an independent company. Lenovo has always released tablets, especially in the cheaper segment. The image shows Google apps on the tablet, indicating that the device is not intended for the Chinese market.
Lenovo has expanded the number of products in the Moto G line this year. Where in previous years only a few Moto G models were released, this year there are many more phones that fall under this. The manufacturer had not yet said anything about a tablet in the Moto G series.