In August of last year, Lenovo released an Android tablet called Lenovo Tab P11 Pro. This model represented the company’s highlight in the tablet industry. Today he released a model with a similar name, but without the Pro surname, the Lenovo Tab P11.
- IPS technology.
- Diagonal: 11 inches.
- Resolution: 2000 x 1200 pixels.
- Aspect ratio: 16:10.
- Snapdragon 662 processor.
- 4/6 GB of RAM memory.
- 64/128 GB of internal storage.
- Expansion via microSD cards.
- 13 Mpx rear sensor.
- 8 Mpx front camera.
- Dimensions: 258.4 x 163 x 7.5 mm.
- Weight: 490 grams.
An inexpensive tablet with children’s mode
The star of this tablet is undoubtedly the screen which reaches 2000 x 1200 px without exceeding the resolution of the Pro model, in this case the diagonal remains at 11 inches.
The body is aluminum and inside we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. As a distinctive point, highlight the LTE connectivity.
In addition, it only has a rear camera, 13 Mpx, and a front 8 Mpx. The latter allows you to activate the “Smart Privacy” mode and blur the background in video calls, as well as to use the unlocking of the face.
The battery is 7,500mAh and uses Android 10, with a special Google Mode designed for kids.
This feature, called Kids Space, was introduced in August, but we haven’t seen many tablets implementing it.
If we look at the accessories presented, they highlight a optical pencil which allows you to draw or write with greater precision and keyboard which connects with magnetic pins and turns the device into something more like a laptop.
There is also a stand available which makes it sort of a smart display, perfect for watching movies and using its dual speakers.
Price and availability
This model will be much cheaper than the Pro, which exceeded 600 dollars. Lenovo has set the benchmark price of $ 229.99 in the US although we don’t have a price in dollars yet. We hope that in a few weeks we can buy it in Europe.
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