The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro becomes available in India for ~US$620
To make the Tab P11 Pro, Lenovo took a two-tone aluminium chassis and packed it with specs such as the new-ish Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC and 6GB of RAM. Its premium/mid-range appeal is underpinned with a fairly generous FHD+ display made of OLED, which is not often seen in the 11-inch category even at higher tiers.
The Tab P11 Pro also contains quad Dolby Atmos-enhanced JBL speakers for a better chance of an entertaining user experience. Lenovo has just released it to a new market: India. It is available either through Amazon, Flipkart or the OEM's own web-store from now, and is priced at INR 49,999 (~US$620) for its Wi-Fi only or 4G/LTE-enabled SKUs, as opposed to a "full" price of INR 60,000 (~$827) or INR 70,000 (~$964) respectively.
Unfortunately, this price does not include its detachable keyboard dock (an extra INR 9,999) or its compatible Precision Pen 2 (currently not in stock). Nevertheless, it remains a sold option for those in need of an office or home tablet that also has a 3.5mm jack, an 8,600mAh battery and a promised update to Android 11.