Lenovo has released at least five Tab M10 tablets in the last three years where there was no clear logic in the naming. Now it goes at least one step further – the Lenovo Tab M11 is close to start. According to leaked renders and specs, the M11 will be an entry-level tablet with an 11-inch display and a battery capacity of 7,040 mAh. 10 hours of video playback should be possible with one battery charge.
Technically speaking, the LCD display has a diagonal of 10.95 inches and a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. The maximum brightness is 400 nits. There is an 8 megapixel selfie camera on the long side of the frame, while “8 MP/13 MP” are installed on the back. This means that different markets may get a different configuration of the Lenovo Tab M11.
According to the leak, the Lenovo tablet is powered by the entry-level model MediaTek G88. There are also 4/64 GB, 4/128 GB or 8/128 GB of storage as well as a slot for microSD cards with a capacity of up to 1 TB. One of the tablet’s selling points could be Lenovo’s promise of updates. Android 13 is on board at launch, but there will be OS updates up to Android 15 and security patches until January 2028.
The Lenovo Tab M11 will be available in two colors – Luna Gray and Seafoam Green. There are also quite a few accessories, including the Lenovo Tab Pen and a folio case. However, there is no official release date or price yet. According to the tip, the price should be around 330 US dollars (312 euros).