The era of flip phones came to an end in the late 2000s, but foldable phones are cutting-edge technology—and the new Motorola Razr 3 will soon be here to prove it. According to XDA Developers, the successor to the Motorola Razr 5G will come with an upgraded processor, Android 12, and other improvements. The device is also said to feature massive amounts of storage and RAM, as well as several powerful cameras.
Lenovo and CES usually means a fresh array of ThinkPads, and 2022 is no different, with the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 10th Gen, X1 Nano 2nd Gen, and several others all making their debut this week. More sober than the ThinkPad Z Series announced yesterday, the X1 line is generally viewed as the benchmark for prosumer and business notebooks, and this year they're bringing along some new accessories, too.
Lenovo's Legion gaming laptop range is getting an overhaul for CES 2022, and in addition to adding more performance they're getting a style revamp to appeal to a broader audience. Rather than heavily-molded casings and in-your-face LED lighting, the new Legion Pro and Legion models pair their Intel and AMD processors with more restrained designs that, Lenovo says, it expects to appeal to creators as well as traditional gamers.
Lenovo may be known for its serious business laptops, but that doesn't stop it from making some more outlandish designs: for CES 2022, that means the new ThinkBook Plus Gen 3. The third in the "Plus" series changes tack from the dual-display approach of its predecessors, doing away with the secondary e-paper screen of before and instead putting a sizable 8-inch display alongside the keyboard.
Lenovo has added a new, more affordable smart clock to its line-up, with the Lenovo Smart Clock with Alexa Built-in delivering Amazon's virtual assistant to a nightstand. The new connected clock also supports a number of new smart docking accessories, so that owners can add features like a wireless charging pad without needing more cables or power adapters.
Lenovo's ThinkPad line is expanding, with CES 2022 bringing the ThinkPad Z13 and Z16 in an attempt to coax newbies to the series into adding the Windows laptops to their bag. Along with the familiar ThinkPad features like the TrackPoint nubbin and ever-popular keyboard, the Z Series is also Lenovo's first ThinkPad range to lean into sustainable materials.
Last-minute shopping is upon us and, right on time, Lenovo has finally made its 2021 premium Android tablet available in new markets, including the US. Going beyond specs and features, the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro might be a worthwhile gift for someone knee-deep in Android app development. Why? Because the model has the distinction as being the first -- and so far only -- device outside of the Pixel with official Android 12L development support.
Lenovo has revealed a trio of new ThinkVision large format displays, aiming to turn a wall into an interactive screen. Intended for classrooms and meeting rooms - though likely to be coveted by those still working from home - the Lenovo ThinkVision T86, T75, and T65 span 65 to 86 inches in size, with 4K resolution and pen input support.
December isn't just a time for reflecting and reminiscing on the past 11 months. For many, it's also a time to make well-planned and long-delayed purchases, especially with discounts that will be trying to entice consumers away from their hard-earned cash. With so many products to choose from, it can be an overwhelming process instead of an enjoyable one. While different people will naturally have different needs and budgets, there is almost an Android tablet that perfectly meets their requirements. Here are some of our top choices for those, highlighting the best Android tablets in 2021 for different folks.
Today Google released the latest version of Android with Android 12L Beta 1, made ready for all intrepid Android-running smart device users to see the future. This is not the first time we've seen this software, but it is the first time we've seen the software available in the Android Beta program for just about anyone who'll give it a shot. This version of the software can be found on the Android Beta website and through Google's developer portal.
Google made a rather unexpected but definitely welcomed announcement in late October that puts a better focus on Android running on large screens, which included not just tablets but also everyone's favorite foldables. Of course, the easiest devices to target with Android 12L are tablets, so it's probably no surprise that a tablet is also the first to get the special spin's first developer preview. As announced back then, the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro is getting that preferential treatment, but its availability almost makes it pretty pointless for many developers.