Lenovo announces a Google Assistant Smart Clock and Amazon Alexa Smart Tabs

Lenovo announces a Google Assistant Smart Clock and Amazon Alexa Smart Tabs

Lenovo was one of the first companies to release a Google Assistant Smart Display. They beat Google to the punch with the Lenovo Smart Display in July. Now, at CES 2019, Lenovo has announced a new batch of Google Assistant and Alexa-enabled smart devices. The Lenovo Smart Clock is a smaller alternative to the Google Home Hub, while the Smart Tabs are dockable tablets with Amazon Alexa built-in.

Lenovo Smart Clock

The Lenovo Smart Display and Google Home Hub have 7-10-inch displays, which may be a bit large for some situations. A popular place for these smart display devices is the nightstand next to your bed, but not everyone has the space for a 10-inch device. The Lenovo Smart Clock features a compact 4-inch display with all the same functionality.


The size makes this a great modern replacement for an alarm clock. You can use your voice to set alarms, listen to music, and see details about your day. It also supports the gentle wake-up routine. The design of the device is reminiscent of Google’s design language with soft-touch fabric covering all sides. There is a USB port on the back for charging other devices, a mute mic button, and no camera.

Dimensions & Weight 113.88 x 79.2 x 79.8mm Weight: 328g
Display size 4″ , IPS, Resolution: 480 x 800, Screen: Touch Compatible
Design Color & Finish Soft Touch Cloth Grey
I/O Buttons 1x microphone mute toggle, 1x Volume +/-
Camera N/A, None
Ports Rear USB port for charging
Processor MediaTek 8167S 1.5ghz
Audio 1x 1.5″ 3W speaker (Peak power of 6W), 2 x Passive radiators
Wireless Connectivity WLAN : 2.4G/5G Dual Band, IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0
Software Google Assistant
Memory RAM : 1GB, Flash (eMMC) : 8GB

Lenovo Smart Tabs

The Lenovo Smart Tabs are interesting devices. They are Android tablets that can be docked to become Amazon Alexa smart displays. While in use as a tablet, it’s a fairly standard Android Oreo tablet. But when docked, the UI switches to the Show Mode that you would see on the Amazon Echo Show.

There are two Smart Tab models: Smart Tab M10 and P10. They have the same processor and display, but the P10 is equipped with more RAM, more storage, bigger battery, better cameras, and a fingerprint scanner. The Smart Dock itself includes 2 3W full-range speakers, 3 far-field microphones, a mute button, and volume buttons.

Specs Smart Tab P10 Smart Tab M10
Dimensions 242 x 167 x 7mm 243 x 168 x 8mm
Weight 440g 480g
Operating System Android Oreo Android Oreo
Color Aurora Black Slate Black
Visual Assistant Experience Alexa Built-in Alexa Built-in
Display 10.1” FHD (1920 x 1200) LCD IPS display 10.1” FHD (1920 x 1200) LCD IPS display
Processor Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 450 Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 450
Storage Up to 64GB Up to 32GB
Memory Up to 4GB Up to 3GB
Audio 4 x front-facing speakers Dolby Atmos® 2 x front-facing speakers Dolby Atmos®
Front Camera 5MP fixed focus 2MP fixed focus
Rear Camera 8MP autofocus 5MP autofocus
Special Features Dual-glass design
Fingerprint sensor

Pricing & Availability

The Lenovo Smart Clock will be available in the Spring for $79.99. The Lenovo Smart Tabs will be available later this month. The Smart Tab P10 will start at $299.99, while the Smart Tab M10 will start at $199.99. The Smart Dock is included with both tablets.

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Joe Fedewa
Joe Fedewa

Former Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.

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