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MWC 2021 | Lenovo aims for a touch of "first class" in the new sub-US$300 Tab P11 Plus

The new Tab P11 Plus. (Source: Lenovo)
The new Tab P11 Plus. (Source: Lenovo)
Lenovo has unveiled a new addition to its Tab P line at the latest Mobile World Congress. This Android 11 device has a 2K IPS-LCD display, quad speakers and a 7,700mAh battery. It will be available later in 2021 in 3 colors and a base 4GB RAM model for US$260.

Lenovo has just announced the Tab P11 Plus as a new Android slate with a decent feature-set and build for a good price. It is powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T processor, has quad side-firing speakers, a 2000x1200 60Hz display and a 7,700mAh battery.

If these specs sound familiar, this is indeed because the Tab P11 Plus is essentially the new Yoga Tab of the same size, just without the signature roll-ended design of that series. Instead, the Tab P version has a standard tablet form-factor with flat edges of 7.5mm in depth all around. 

Like the Yoga Tab 11, the P11 Plus has reasonable screen bezels, hiding an 8MP front-facing sensor on one side. However, it upgrades to a 13MP rear-facing shooter with auto-focus and a flash. The new tablet has 4GB RAM SKUs with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, or a 6GB/128GB top-end option.

Lenovo intends to release them worldwide from August 2021, starting at US$259.99. For this, the slate comes with a compatible Keyboard Pack in the box, as well as the Precision Pen 2 that also works with the Yoga Tab 11 or 13, but is an optional extra for either more expensive new device.

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The Tab P11 Plus...
The Tab P11 Plus...
...comes in Modernist Teal, Platinum Gray or Slate Gray options. (Source: Lenovo)
...comes in Modernist Teal, Platinum Gray or Slate Gray options. (Source: Lenovo)
 

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-06-28 (Update: 2021-06-27)