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Can the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro take the crown from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

Top tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 From $630 at Amazon Pros Great looking 120Hz display Very fast and responsive performance Fast 45W charging for the large battery Expandable storage S Pen is included Three years of software updates Cons Display isn't OLED A bit on the expensive side DeX is hit or miss The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is a fully-featured tablet that can handle almost anything you throw at it. With a Snapdragon 865+ powering it and a base level of 6GB RAM, everything you do on the Galaxy Tab S7 is silky smooth, especially with the 120HZ display. While this tablet is on the pricey side, it can be a full-fledged workhorse due to its hardware. Perfectly fine Lenovo Tab P11 Pro From $500 at Lenovo Pros Beautiful OLED display with Dolby Vision Lenovo Precision Pen support Large 8,600mAh battery Good build quality for the price Cons Display refresh rate not high Pen is not included RAM maxes out at 6GB No expandable storage Unclear software u

Android L reports, accelerating the race to smartphones 64bit

 Mainstream availability expected by the end of 2015  Android device manufacturers may have scoffed at the idea of ​​a smartphone 64-bit when Apple introduced the iPhone 5S last year, but those same hardware manufacturers are apparently tripping over themselves to catch up now. Hit-or-miss DigiTimes has L word next operating system Google Android seems that the timetable for the adoption of 64-bit capable hardware to maximize the operating system moves. According to anonymous industry sources, the 64-bit CPU could become "technology mainstream" to Android smartphones in late 2015 as manufacturers have stepped up their efforts to adopt the fastest architecture. Lenovo, K-Touch, Huawei, HTC Vivo and have all reportedly signed 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 610, 614 and / or 410 processors, designed with rapid migration to Android L in mind. On your marks  64-bit processors from rival MediaTek and Samsung have already started to make their way into the supply chain