The Lenovo Tab P11 is an Android tablet with an 11 inch, 2000 x 1200 pixel display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of UFS 2.1 storage.

First unveiled in January, it’s basically a tablet with the guts of a decent mid-range phone from a year or two ago. Now it’s available for purchase from Lenovo for $230.

That price tag puts the Lenovo Tab P11 in the same category as Samsung’s Galaxy A series tablets, which is to say they’re a little pricier than a budget device like an Amazon Fire tablet, but much more affordable than more premium devices like the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab S series, or any current-gen iPad models.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 662 processor does seem to be about on par with the MediaTek MT8183 chip used in Amazon’s Fire HD 10, but Lenovo’s tablet has more memory, faster storage, higher resolution cameras, Bluetooth 5.1 support, and stock Android 10 software, all of which help set it apart from an Amazon Fire HD 10 which sells for $150 and up ($190 if you want a model with the same 64GB of built-in storage as Lenovo’s Tab P11 tablet).

It also has an unusual display aspect ratio of 5:3, which gives it a few more pixels than Amazon’s 16:10 tablets.

Optional accessories (sold separately) include a detachable keyboard and a Lenovo Precision Pen 2 with a rechargeable battery and support for tilt detection and 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity.

Here’s a run-down of some key features for Lenovo’s new mid-range tablet:

Lenovo Tab P11
Display11 inch
2000 x 1200
IPS
400 nits
70% NTSC color gamut
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 662
RAM4GB LPDDR4x
Storage64GB UFS 2.1
microSD card slot (expandable up to 256GB, exFAT file up to 1TB)
Battery7,500 mAh
SpeakersQuad speakers with Dolby Atmos sound
MicsDual microphone array
Cameras13MP rear (auto-focus and flash)
8MP front (fix-focus)
WirelessWiFi 5
Bluetooth 5.1
GLONASS
SecurityFace unlock
PortsUSB 2.0 Type-C
4-point pogo pins for charging/data transfer w/optional keyboard
microSD card reader
Dimensions258.4mm x 163 x 7.5mm (10.2″ x 6.4″ x 0.3″)
Weight490 grams (1.1 pounds)

Lenovo may also offer a model with 4G LTE connectivity in some regions. The company mentioned that possibility when the tablet was first announced earlier this year, and the spec sheet mentions a SIM card slot, although it’s unclear if that will be included on WiFi-only versions of the tablet.

via TabletMonkeys

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  1. How’s Lenovo’s track record for Android updates? The fact it is releasing with Android 10 does not bode well for future updates. It is an interesting tablet for the price.

    I truly wish OnePlus would release an 11″ 4:3 or 3:2 tablet with a high refresh rate AMOLED panel, a good SoC ( higher to highest end snapdragon, exynos, dimensity), oxygen os, and ufs 3.1 storage. I would buy that in a heartbeat.

    1. They’ve had some criticism about the frequency of their Android updates for smartphones, but since their smartphones are sold mainly in developing countries, it isn’t really clear if their products in western markets get more attention?

  2. Lower midmarket at best,being charitable.
    Good quality screen but what’s that screen resolution all about,though?.
    Why Lenovo,just why?.