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Lenovo Tab K11 Launched With 10.95-inch 90Hz Full HD+ Display, Helio G88 SoC

The Lenovo Tab K11 seems to be a rebranded version of the recently launched Tab M11.

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Lenovo Tab K11

Lenovo is back with another tablet for Android users. The latest to join the fleet of Lenovo’s mid-range Android tablets is the K11 Tab that has been launched in Japan. This tablet features a higher refresh rate and is backed by a MediaTek chipset. Crafted in a sleek body, let’s take a look at the pricing, specs, and availability of the Lenovo Tab K11. Going by the specs and features of this tablet, it comes across as a rebranded version of the recently launched Lenovo Tab M11 that debuted for the US markets during the CES 2024. 

Starting with the display, the Lenovo Tab K11 sports a 10.95-inch IPS LCD screen with 1920 x 1200 pixels Full HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. You get a dual-tone finish on the back panel. It measures 255.3 x 166.3 x 7.2mm and weighs 465 grams. 

Under the hood, a MediaTek Helio G88 chipset clocked at 2.2GHz powers the tablet with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be further expanded by a microSD card. It runs Android 13 out-of-the-box and also has Lenovo’s Freestyle feature that enables users to double their Lenovo tablet as a second screen or a writing pad. With this feature, users can also transfer files between their PC and tablet quickly. 

On the connectivity front, the LenovoTab K11 has a USB-C port and is backed by a 7,040mAh battery with 15W charging. It also features an 8MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. The tablet is also compatible with the Lenovo Tab Pen Plus. It also boasts Dolby Atmos-tuned quad speakers. 

Pricing and Availability

Being a Tab M11 rebranded version, we can’t help but think that Lenovo might launch the Tab K11 for South Asian markets while the US and Europe get Tab M11.

Coming to the pricing and availability of the Lenovo Tab K11, the tablets will be up for sale in Lunar Gray color in Japan. It will be available in WiFi and LTE variants. There’s no official announcement regarding its pricing but we guess it would be at par with the Tab M11.

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