Lenovo Legion Y700 Gaming Tablet Review

It’s been a while since we reviewed a high-performance Android tablet. Actually, we were pretty surprised by last year’s flagship tablets, all thanks to their refreshed software, upgraded performance powered by snapdragon 870 chip, and a decent display.

The one that impressed me most was the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro, also called the Xiaoxin Pad Pro 2021, with a competitive price but still featuring a 90Hz OLED display.

The gaming-oriented Legion lineup is popular in the gaming market. The Y700 is the series’ first tablet that focuses on the gaming experience.

At first glance, the Y700 is as compact as an Android tablet. And it’s probably the first Android tablet coming with an 8.8-inch display, which is very close to the latest iPad Mini.

Although the display supports Dolby Vision and HDR content, as an LCD panel, unfortunately, it only features a 1000:1 color contrast.

But don’t make the decision yet, because we haven’t even talked about what the Y700 tablet is really good at. As you can see, the 8.8-inch size makes the tablet look like a big smartphone.

The Legion Y700 tablet is powered by the widely acclaimed Snapdragon 870 chipset. In addition to the 8+128GB model in my hand, there’s another higher configuration variant of 12+256GB storage.

we are mainly concerned about its durability and stability of high-performance outputs.the peak performance we accessed is pretty close to what we have on other Snapdragon 870 models.

In terms of battery and charging, the Y700 is equipped with a 6550mAh battery that supports up to 45W fast charging, and it’s compatible with PD3.0 as well as QC4.0.

The Legion Y700 is an excellent gaming tablet that offers a bigger display than a smartphone while having a much better-sustained performance output with a great cooling effect. More importantly, it offers a perfect size for mobile gaming.