The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro (2nd-gen) tablet features an 11.2 inch, 2560 x 1536 pixel OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 360 Hz touch sampling rate, a speedy octa-core processor from MediaTek, and support for up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
It carries over a few key features from the previous-gen model, like quad speakers and an OLED display, but adds a higher refresh rate, newer processor, and optional support for more memory and storage. The starting price is also lower.
Lenovo says the Tab P11 Pro (2nd-gen) will be available in North America this month for $400 and up. It should hit Europe around the same time with price starting at €499 (including VAT).
At the heart of the new tablet is a MediaTek Kompanio 1300T processor, which features:
- 4 x ARM Cortex-A78 CPU cores @ 2.6 GHz
- 4 x ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores @ 2 GHz
- ARM Mali-G77 MC9 graphics @ 836 MHz
The tablet will be available in 4GB/128GB, 6GB/128GB, and 8GB/256GB memory and storage configurations. And all models will have four speakers with JBL sound and Dolby Atmos support, dual microphones, an 8,200 mAh battery, and a 13MP rear camera and 8MP front camera.
The new Lenovo Tab P11 Pro has a microSD card reader with support for cards up to 1TB, a USB 3.0 Type-C port that can be used for charging, data, or video output. And the tablet comes with a 10V/2A charger.
The tablet supports WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, and GLONASS. Unlike the cheaper Lenovo Tab P11 though, there does not appear to be a 4G LTE option for the new P11 Pro.
Lenovo says the Tab P11 Pro (2nd-gen) will ship with Android 12, but the company plans to offer upgrades through Android 14.
The tablet measures 264 x 167 x 7mm (10.4″ x 6.6″ x 0.3″) and weighs 480 grams (1.1 pounds)
Optional accessories include a Lenovo Precision Pen 3, Keyboard pack, and Folio Case.
Does Lenovo still have limited Widevine support? I remember I had the 13″ tablet that doubled as a portable monitor, but while it was marked L1 certification, and Netflix worked, VUDU was limited to 480p and the forums and VUDU support said Lenovo just won’t support 1080p in that app. Once they fix this, I’ll be interested.
Android 13 was released this year, and they plan to provide only 1 update?
Thank God for Samsung, offering 3 upgrades and 5 years with security updates.
Why no video input 🙁