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Nicklaus Krems

[title|Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 Repair]
 
[summary]Released in 2015, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 was only available in gunmetalslate black with 16GB memory.[/summary]
[summary]Released in 2015, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 was only available in gunmetalslate black with 16GB memory.[/summary]
 
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== TroubleShooting ==
 
For diagnosing the issue with your device and ways to solve the problem use guide [[Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 Troubleshooting|here]]Troubleshooting|here]].
For diagnosing the issue with your device and ways to solve the problem use guide [[Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 Troubleshooting|here]]Troubleshooting|here]].
 
== Background and Identification ==
 
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 (model number: Lenovo YT3-850F) was released in September 2015. Lightweight and compact, it weighs in at just over one pound and measures 5.74"x 0.13" x 8.26". The gunmetalslate black tablet features a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple ways to use it: Hold, Tilt, Stand, and Hang. The tablet has an outstanding battery life, reportedly lasting for up to 18 hours on one charge. It was Lenovo’s second iteration of the Yoga tablet concept which began with the Yoga 2 8 in October 2014. The Yoga 3 8 replaced the Yoga 2 8’s front and rear-facing cameras with a single 8 MP 180° rotatable camera, making it ideal to take photos or video record on the go. This generation also boasted a larger expandable memory, which increased from 64 to 128 GB, and a cheaper price tag. There were trade-offs for the lower price, however, and the 3 has a slower processor and lower screen resolution than its predecessor.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 8 (model number: Lenovo YT3-850F) was released in September 2015. Lightweight and compact, it weighs in at just over one pound and measures 5.74"x 0.13" x 8.26". The gunmetalslate black tablet features a battery cylinder and kickstand on the side of the device, shifting the center of gravity and opening up multiple ways to use it: Hold, Tilt, Stand, and Hang. The tablet has an outstanding battery life, reportedly lasting for up to 18 hours on one charge. It was Lenovo’s second iteration of the Yoga tablet concept which began with the Yoga 2 8 in October 2014. The Yoga 3 8 replaced the Yoga 2 8’s front and rear-facing cameras with a single 8 MP 180° rotatable camera, making it ideal to take photos or video record on the go. This generation also boasted a larger expandable memory, which increased from 64 to 128 GB, and a cheaper price tag. There were trade-offs for the lower price, however, and the 3 has a slower processor and lower screen resolution than its predecessor.
 
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