During the lockdowns, the value of gadgets has majorly increased. And Android tablets have seen increased demand during this year. And though they are not as popular as notebooks or Chromebooks, they have had a decent performance. The apparent growth in the market value of android tablets is accredited to the pandemic.
Since the pandemic has caused homeschooling and work-from-home, not to mention the increased media consumption rate worldwide, many of the OEMs have realized just how vital the tablet industry is. Owing to all this, many companies have taken advantage of the situation. So let’s talk about a new Android tablet that will be hitting the market soon.
The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is a premium slate unveiled back in August and is now finally up for purchase. The tablet uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, which is the same processor as the Google Pixel 4a. It has an 11.5-inch display and uses an OLED panel with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and Dolby Vision. The manufacturer has provided the slate 4 JBL speakers that have Dolby Atmos audio.
It also comes with an optional pen and keyboard support. According to sources, the Tab P11 Pro starts at US$499.99, which is the price for the setup with 4 GB of memory and 128 GB of internal storage space. The device also has dual 8 MP front cameras and the 13 MP + 5 MP primary camera assembly on the back. Regarding the 6/128 GB version of the tablet, the variant costs only US$50 more than the 4/128 GB version.