With the Tab P11, Lenovo presents a low-priced entry-level tablet. In a way, it is a slimmed-down, but also significantly cheaper version of the Tab P11 Pro that was launched last year.
The device’s display measures eleven inches diagonally, which makes it slightly smaller than the previous version. The resolution is also lower: The new Tab P11 has a resolution of 1,200 x 2,000 pixels. Furthermore, it does not use an OLED display, but one based on IPS technology. HDR is not available, but the brightness is up to 400 candela per square meter.
The hardware equipment paints the same picture: It is appropriate for the price and correspondingly slimmed down compared to the predecessor. The small Tab P11 is powered by the Snapdragon 662, which has four Kryo-260 Gold cores with a maximum clock rate of two GHz and four Silver cores with a maximum clock rate of 1.8 GHz. The working memory is four GB in the tablet’s cheapest version. A variant with a working memory of six GB will also be offered. The internal storage is 128 GB in both cases.
In addition, there is an eight-megapixel camera on the front and four Dolby Atmos speakers in the device’s case. Internet surfing is possible with LTE and a maximum download speed of 400 Mbit per second. The upload speed is up to 150 Mbit per second. In addition, there are 2.4 and 5 GHz WLAN and Bluetooth version 5.1. Android 10 is installed as the operating system. The 7,500 mAh battery should be able to power the device for fifteen hours in web mode and twelve hours in video mode.
Pen and keyboard will be offered separately
A pen and keyboard pack are offered separately. The pen is the Precision Pen 2, which is said to have a battery life of up to 200 hours. The keyboard pack is equipped with an 87 x 49 millimeter trackpad, has eighteen millimeter keys and, thanks to its sleeve, allows the tablet to be placed at angles of up to 165 degrees.
Prices and Availability
Available should be the new Tab P11 later this month. The recommended retail price is 249 euros.