Lenovo is gearing up for the imminent launch of its new mid-range tablet, the Lenovo Tab M11, which is set to succeed the Tab M10. The Tab M11 has already garnered attention after successfully passing certifications from the FCC and TDRA, and its appearance on the Google Play Console database has confirmed several key specifications.
The Lenovo Tab M11, listed on the Google Play Console as model TB330FU, not only reveals the front design of the tablet but also details its technical capabilities. It is equipped with 4GB of RAM, operates on Android 13 featuring ZUI, and boasts a 1200×1920 pixel resolution. Powering this device is the MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, ensuring smooth performance for users.
Lenovo Tab M11 attracts attention with its significant features
Further certification listings have confirmed that the Tab M11 will be powered by a robust 6,820mAh battery. The tablet will be available in three configurations: 4GB RAM with 64GB storage, 4GB RAM with 128GB storage, and a premium variant featuring 8GB RAM with 128GB storage. Additionally, these listings have revealed that the tablet will support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi frequencies and will come with ZUI 15.1.028 pre-installed.
Previously leaked information aligns with these details, suggesting the presence of an 11-inch LCD with a 1920×1200 resolution. It also hinted at two color options for the tablet: Luna Grey and Seafoam Green. Additional features are expected to include a microSD card slot, capable of accommodating up to 1TB for storage expansion, along with pre-installed apps such as YouTube Music and Google News. Given that the 2020 model of the Tab M10 was priced around $180, the Tab M11 is also expected to be priced under $200.
As of now, there's no official information regarding the exact release date or availability of the Lenovo Tab M11 in various markets. However, the tablet's arrival is highly anticipated, and further details are expected to be announced soon.