Barnes & Noble collaborated with Lenovo for its new 10-inch Nook tablet

It’s been just about a long time since Barnes & Noble appeared a Nook tablet, and there have been a great deal of speculations that the organization is ending its tablets from that point forward. Presently, Barnes & Noble is out to demonstrate that it hasn’t abandoned the category totally by launching another 10-inch Nook tablet that it has planned in collaboration with Lenovo. The Android gadget is powered by an octacore processor and has a 10.1-inch HD IPS display that is obviously been guaranteed to be delicate on the eyes by bringing down blue light.

It additionally has 32GB of storage with the option to grow with a microSD card and can last as long as 10 hours of web browsing on a single charge. Furthermore, it has front and back cameras, as well as dual audio Dolby Atmos speakers. As you’d expect, it approaches the Nook application for ebooks, newspapers and magazines, Google Play and Google Assistant. It has FM radio and Kids Space from Google, also, which is another mode for Android tablets that give children access to age-appropriate books.

Like the Nook tablet released in 2018, the new model will set you back $130. It will be accessible toward the beginning of April from physical stores and online on the Barnes & Noble website.