In addition to Oppo, Lenovo is also preparing its new tablet. And given that tablets of this brand are popular all over the world, it will certainly be an interesting piece again. The upcoming tablet belongs to the Tab M product line and is the Lenovo Tab M11 model. A total of five M10 tablets have hit the market over the past three years, so the new tablet is a bit of a refresher in the series.
The first rendered images as well as the main specifications of the Lenovo Tab M11 tablet were exclusively published by WindowsReport . It follows from them that it is again a tablet aimed at the middle class segment. The appearance of the tablet is enhanced with symmetrical bezels around the display. On the back panel we see a rectangular main camera module with one sensor. We also see the Lenovo logo and Dolby Atmos here. According to the renders, there is also stylus support.
The specifications of the Lenovo Tab M11 tablet are said to be not significantly improved compared to the Tab M10 model, which the manufacturer introduced three years ago. Anyway, it is a relatively light device with a weight of around 466 grams. The LCD display has a diagonal of 10.95 inches, a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels and a brightness of up to 400 nits. There is an 8 MPix camera in one of the frames above the display. The rear camera is said to have a resolution of either 8 MPix or 13 MPix.
The Lenovo Tab M11 is powered by a MediaTek Helio G88 processor paired with 4GB/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage, further expandable up to 1TB via SD card. The 7040 mAh battery is said to last up to 10 hours of video playback. The operating system is Android 13, and the manufacturer has promised to update the system up to Android 15 and update security patches until 2028. The tablet will go on the market in Luna Gray and Seafoam Green colors. Together with it, Lenovo will introduce the Tab Pen stylus and the Folio Case as accessories. The estimated price is around $330 (Price in Sri Lanka LKR 107,199/-).
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