Samsung isn’t the only company launching new tablets today. Lenovo has unveiled two new models set to hit the streets in select markets over the coming weeks.

The Lenovo Tab P12 features a 12.7 inch display, a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor, a pressure-sensitive pen, and an optional keyboard, while the Lenovo Tab M10 5G is a 10.6 inch model with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G processor and support for 5G cellular networks. They’re both expected to sell for €399 and up, which is about $440 in US dollars.

Lenovo Tab P12

Lenovo’s new 12.7 inch tablet has a 2944 x 1840 pixel LTPS LCD display with a 60 Hz refresh rate, quad JBL speakers, a 10,200 mAh battery, a fingerprint sensor in the power button, and a 10,200 mAh battery.

Entry-level models feature just 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but Lenovo will also offer models with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

While all models ship with a Lenovo Tab Pen Plus stylus for writing and drawing, Lenovo also offers a “ThinkPad-inspired” keyboard case for another €100.

The Lenovo Tab M10 5G, meanwhile, is a more compact tablet with a 2000 x 1200 pixel, 90 Hz display, stereo speakers, a 7,700 mAh battery, and a SIM card slot. This model comes with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, and all versions of the tablet have 128GB of storage. This model also has an IP52 rating for water and dust resistance.

Lenovo’s smaller tablet also supports a Lenovo Tab Pen Plus stylus, but it’s not included in the price of the tablet. Instead it’s available as an optional accessory.

Both tablets feature USB 2.0 Type-C ports, microSD card readers, and support for WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.1. But the 10.6 inch model has a 3.5mm audio jack, while the 12.7 inch version does not.

And while both tablets ship with Android 13 software, the Lenovo Tab P12 should get two major OS updates and four years of security updates, while the Lenovo Tab M10 5G will only get one major OS upgrade and 3.5 years of security updates.

Lenovo says the new Tab P12 tablet should be available in select markets this month, while the Tab M10 5G will hit the streets in August.

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  1. Lenovo is already skimping on the processor on this 10 inch new tablet, with only a snapdragon 695. That is a fair processor for this size tablet. They did the same thing with their 8 inch tablets. Each generation gets a weaker processor. I recently looked at a Lenovo 16 inch thinkpad laptop with good specs and the computer that was on sale on I called Lenovo and spoke to every department. They won’t tell you (claim they don’t know), the brand name of the Solid state drive. That’s because it’s a cheap junk one from a Chinese manufacturer. If the ssd fails, you can loose everything on your computer. I would not trust Lenovo to buy anything from them. They cheapen everything to reduce the price. And from the reviews, their quality is in question.

  2. Don’t even bother with Lenovo.
    I bought a laptop and to repair the screen it was going to cost me 80% of the RRP Price of the laptop. Not joking 🙁
    Imagine how much they will charge you if the screen breaks – its a throw away device & NO Android upgrades! in which you may as well get a cheaper chinese tablet as there is ZERO support with lenovo.

    1. I believe you. Lenovo quality is in question and they hide the specs something or brand name on parts because they think if you find out, you won’t buy it

  3. Hey Lenovo,

    Will this tablet support HARDWARE decoding of H.265 content ?

    Because my Tab M10 Plus 3rd generation still doesn’t, even though the processor supports it and people are asking for it for 2 years on your forums, without any support from you ?
    This makes that tablet unusable for any modern content, my reolink app won’t play 4K video from my camera’s either (or just 1 frame / second).

    I thought this was the good occasion to warn people to really be careful buying from you, I for one will not anymore.

    What a Sham and a Scam, shame on you.

    1. because they don use top interface like usb4 with alt mode. I dont buy device which hasn’t new usb port with DisplayPort2.1