The Lenovo Tab M11 has been making rounds in the tech community, especially since the complete specifications were leaked back in September. Now, adding to the anticipation, it has appeared in the FCC certification platform with the model number TB330FU, thanks to a recent report by MySmartPrice.
The FCC listing showcases that the tablet will be available in multiple configurations. Potential buyers can look forward to choices such as 4 GB RAM paired with either 64 GB or 128 GB storage, and an 8 GB RAM coupled with 128 GB storage. In terms of software, it's noteworthy that the device will operate using the ZUI 15.1.028 user interface atop Android 13.
Further certifications shed more light on the device's capabilities. For instance, it also gained a TUV Rheinland certification, revealing a robust 6,820mAh battery. Additionally, the FCC listing suggests that the tablet will support 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, but might skip on LTE connectivity.
Lenovo Tab M11 makes its appearance
Diving into its rumored specifications, the Lenovo Tab M11 is expected to boast an 11-inch LCD display, offering a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. Under its hood, it will feature the Helio G88 chipset, and potential storage expandability through a microSD card slot. Users can anticipate pre-installed apps like YouTube Music, Pay (Wallet), GBoard, News, Lenovo Vantage, among others. A commitment to software updates is evident, as there's talk about an Android 15 OS upgrade, along with security patches until January 2028. On the imaging front, the tablet may house an 8-megapixel front camera, complemented by either an 8-megapixel or 13-megapixel rear camera.
To enhance the user experience, Lenovo also plans to offer purchasable accessories for the Tab M11. These include a Lenovo Tab Pen and a Folio Case. Lastly, those interested in this tablet should earmark a budget around $380, with color choices of Luna Grey and Seafoam Green being available.