Lenovo introduces the Tab P11 Pro, an Android tablet with an 11.5-inch OLED display with a 16:10 ratio and a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. The tablet has thin edges and is equipped with an 8600mAh battery. The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro tablet is expected to be out in the market by the end of this year.
The Tab P11 Pro is the first tablet with an OLED screen from Lenovo and the highest positioned tablet in the manufacturer’s range. Lenovo uses the Snapdragon 730G-soc that Qualcomm announced last year. The same midrange soc is also in Google’s Pixel 4a smartphone. The chip is made at 8nm and has eight cores: two powerful and six efficient. The tablet contains 6GB of ram and 128GB of UFS flash storage.
The design of the 5.8mm thick aluminum housing has thin edges with rounded corners. There are four speakers in the tablet and on the front is a camera with face recognition to unlock the device. The weight is 458 grams and the 8600mAh battery lasts up to fifteen hours when watching movies, according to the manufacturer.
A stylus and keyboard cover are available as options. The keys of that accessory have 1.3mm travel. There is also a touchpad in the cover. When users put the tablet in the case, the interface changes so that several windows can be used on the screen at the same time. The Tab P11 Pro should be in stores for a suggested retail price of $499.
EMEA Pricing and Availability
- The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro will start at €699 including VAT and is expected to be available starting November 2020.
- The Lenovo Tab M10 HD Gen 2 will start at €159 including VAT and is expected to be available starting September 2020.
- The Lenovo Smart Clock Essential will start at €59.99 including VAT and is expected to be available starting September 2020.
- The Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD 2nd Gen with Google Assistant will start at €179 including VAT and is expected to be available starting October 2020.
- The Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD 2nd Gen with Alexa Built-in will start at €199 including VAT and is expected to be available starting November 2020.