As anticipation builds within the tech community, the Lenovo Tab M11 is poised to succeed the Lenovo Tab M10. Despite the absence of an official announcement, numerous leaks have hinted at its features and design. Most recently, the device has made an appearance on the United Arab Emirates's TDRA certification website, carrying the model code TB330XU. This development strongly suggests that the release date may be just around the corner.
The rumored specifications of the Lenovo Tab M11 paint a picture of a versatile and robust tablet. It is expected to be available in three storage configurations: 4GB RAM with 64GB storage, 4GB RAM with 128GB storage, and the top-of-the-line 8GB RAM with 128GB storage model. Users looking for additional space will appreciate the tablet's support for expandable SD card storage, allowing for up to a hefty 1TB of extra space. The tablet is said to be powered by a durable 6820 mAh battery and will likely feature dual-band WiFi connectivity. Notably, though, models referenced in FCC and TUV Rheinland listings do not include LTE connectivity.
Lenovo Tab M11 spotted during certification process
On the software front, the Lenovo Tab M11 is rumored to run on Android 13 with ZUI 15.1.028 UI, and there are plans to elevate it to Android 15, accompanied by regular security patch updates.
Turning to the display, the Lenovo Tab M11 is anticipated to boast an 11-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. Under the hood, it may sport a Helio G88 SoC coupled with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, expandable via a microSD card slot. The tablet could also feature an 8MP front camera for video calls and selfies, along with a 13MP rear camera for capturing moments.
In addition to hardware advancements, Lenovo intends to enhance the user experience with pre-installed apps, including YouTube Music, GBoard, Google News, and Pay (Wallet), along with Lenovo's own Vantage software.
Prospective buyers can look forward to two color options for the Lenovo Tab M11—Luna Grey and Seafoam Green. The tablet is rumored to hit the market at a price point of around $330, positioning it as a competitive mid-range option for consumers.