Lenovo has been sailing through the Android tablet market for years. Amazon Fire buyers always seemed to be going after it, and they still are.
However, today, the company also seems to be looking to pick up potentially some Samsung Galaxy Tab shoppers with its Lenovo Tab P11 Pro.
Lenovo has officially launched the new Tab P11 Pro. It is a midrange Android 10 tablet with an 11.5-inch OLED display that seems like a fantastic option if you watch a lot of movies.
The price starts at $499 and will be available during the holiday season, as reported by The Verge. Maybe, sometime in November, the Android tablet will hit the market. This time is a good promotion since the holiday is the season where people are usually looking for something they can buy for entertainment purposes.
The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is said to be the most powerful tablet compared to competitors. Also, as early as now, the new device is being touted as the most premium option matched to other tablets—especially Lenovo’s 2nd-gen Tab M10 HD Android tablet.
The Tab P11 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, the same one that’s found in the Google Pixel 4A. The quality of the processor isn’t nearly as powerful as the Snapdragon 865 Plus, which is used in Samsung’s new Tab S7 and S7 Plus. However, it should run relatively smoothly if you avoid intense games and applications.
It has a 2,560×1,600-pixel resolution with Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. The brightness of 500 nits peak is also a good spec, particularly if you are watching a movie. In terms of security, it has a fingerprint sensor built into the display.
The aluminum-alloy body packs four JBL speakers optimized for Dolby Atmos sound. Whether you’re on a long flight or road trip, you won’t have to hunt for a power outlet while using the new tablet. Each configuration comes with 128GB of storage, but its microSD slot will let you expand that.
Lenovo will sell you a keyboard and pen to use with it. The P11 Pro will also let you unlock the tablet with facial recognition and has a feature for background blurring on video calls, so you don’t have to rely on digital backgrounds to hide your office mess.
Images used courtesy of Lenovo/YouTube Screenshot
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