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Lenovo Tab M11 Leaks in Full Glory Ahead of Launch With Helio G88 SoC

Here’s the first look at the upcoming Lenovo Tab M11.

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Lenovo Tab M11

A new tablet from Lenovo, known as the Lenovo Tab M11, is set to be released soon as a successor to the Lenovo Tab M10. The previous model featured an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 chipset, a 10.61-inch LCD display with a resolution of 1200 x 2000, and a 7,700mAh battery. Recent reports have revealed the design renders and complete specifications for the Lenovo Tab M11, as well as potential color options.

As per Windows Report, the Lenovo Tab M11 is anticipated to be released with some enhancements from its previous model. The tablet will feature an 11-inch LCD display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels and will be up for grabs in two colors – Luna Grey and Seafoam Green. The leaked images also show the tablet with a Pen and a Folio case, but these accessories may not be included in the box and would need to be bought separately.

Lenovo Tab M11

The Lenovo Tab M11 has a rectangular camera module on its back panel that houses a single rear camera and an LED flash. The tablet also features Dolby Atmos branding and the Lenovo logo. The upcoming Lenovo Tab M11 is rumored to run on a MediaTek Helio G88 SoC and has three RAM options – 4GB, 8GB, and 12GB. The tablet is expected to come with 128GB of internal storage, expandable up to 1TB via microSD card. It is anticipated to be shipped with Android 13 and receive two major OS upgrades.

Lenovo Tab M11

The Lenovo Tab M11 is also reported to have a battery life of up to 10 hours, with support for a 5V/2A charging adapter. It is said to have a height of 16mm and a weight of 466 grams.

Lenovo Tab M11

An Incremental Upgrade Over M10?

Looking at the Lenovo Tab M10 tablet that was released in 2020, the Tab M11 doesn’t seem to have undergone significant changes. However, it comes with a larger screen and allows for additional storage through an SD card.

When you examine the complete specifications of the Tab M11, you’ll see that the distinctions between it and the Tab M10 are minor. Even when compared to the latest Tab M10 version that features 5G and was launched this year, the differences are not significant. As noted by Windows Report, the Tab M10 5G outperforms the Tab M11 in certain areas, such as video playback, with the former delivering 12 hours of playback compared to the latter’s 10 hours.

Although the Tab M11 has an attractive design and decent specifications, it does not offer a significant improvement over the Tab M10 5G. Whether it is worth investing in depends on when we get to review it and share our honest opinion with you. So stay tuned with us for more on the Lenovo Tab M11.

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