Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) Plus tablet price drops on Amazon! Grab the deal now
Amazon has announced an attractive discount of 56% on Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) Plus tablet. Check the deals here
Amazon has rolled out a bumper discount on the Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) Plus tablet. Those who have been planning to get a decent tab at a budget friendly price can definitely go for this one. The tablet is available with an attractive discount of 56%, which drops its price to just Rs. 11,999. The device was originally priced at Rs. 27,000. This means buyers will be getting a discount of Rs. 15001. One can save more by availing additional bank discount, cashback and exchange value. Check out the deals here .
Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) Plus tablet on Amazon
In addition to instant store discount of Rs. 15001, buyers can also avail 10% discount up to Rs. 1500 on HDFC Bank Credit Card Transactions and 7.5% off up to Rs. 1500 discount on Standard Chartered Credit Card EMI transactions. Not only this, but there is also an exchange value of upto Rs. 11050 on selected tabs and devices. This offer is applicable on 2GB+32GB variant whereas 4GB+128GB variant is available with Rs. 16,010 discount. The device is priced at just Rs. 18,990. The tablet is originally priced at Rs. 35000. Rest of the offers are the same as that of the base variant.
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Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) plus tablet: Specifications and features
Lenovo Tab M10 (FHD) plus tablet packs the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core 2.0 GHz and supports fast connection with true 2.4 GHz/5 GHz WiFi dual bands. The device features an HD screen and dual front speakers. The tablet comes with Kid's Pack and Stylish Folio Case that contains custom kids' content and protection. There is also specialized parent control and eye protection mode. The tablet also features a special Unlock with Face Recognition. The tablet packs a 8MP AF rear camera and 5MP front camera. It is powered by 5000 mAH lithium-ion battery.
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