Motorola launched the Tab G20 at the end of September as a low-cost slate. The brand’s return to tablets will soon bring something more upscale – the Motorola Tab G70 looks to be a mid-ranger, based on the specs from the Google Play Console and its run through Geekbench.
The tablet has a 2,000 x 1,200 px display (15:9) and judging by the pixel density, this will be a 10” or 11” display (up from 8” on the G20). It will run Android 11 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of built-in storage.
The GPC lists the chipset as the MediaTek Kompanio 500 (MT8183A), which features 4x Cortex-A73 + 4x A53 and a Mali-G72 GPU. Strangely, Geekbench detected another chipset instead, MT6785, aka Helio G90T, which has 2x A76 + 6x A55 and a Mali-G76 GPU. The benchmark score is consistent with the G90T, so that is probably the actual chipset at the heart of the tablet.
Either way, it will be an upgrade over the Helio P22T that powers the Tab G20. The Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is an 11” tablet based on the G90T, which may serve as a basis for the Motorola Tab G70.