Giving competition to the duopoly of Samsung-Apple tablets, Lenovo is making a name for itself by launching its Yoga Tab 11 which is priced quickly in the middle of the price segment.
Right of the bat, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 is a leisure-oriented tablet, that is meant predominantly for entertainment. Regardless of what the age group you are purchasing the device for is, this storm grey coloured tablet will allow you to make the most out of it.
Extremely happy with the 7500 battery, the device ensures about 6 hours and 40 minutes of straight gaming from it. Powered by the high-end MediaTek Gelio G90T 8-core processor which runs at 2.05GHz, the Yoga Tab 11 promises a very smooth functioning. Without a doubt, the design of the Yoga Tab 11 from Lenovo stands out for its matter of taste.
With a unique aluminium body and a fabric back, Yoga Tab 11 looks classier than ever. Spec-wise, the tablet ships with an 11-inch, 2,000 x 1,200 pixels 2K panel that offers a peak brightness of 400 nits. Furthermore, the tablet does come with Widevine L1 certification, thereby ensuring users can stream their favourite TV shows and movies in HD from various OTT services. As for software, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 ships with Android 11 out of the box. The device also comes in handy with a MicroSD card slot and great quality speakers at a fairly decent price.
For all those who are considerate about the camera quality, be assured that the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 offers decent pictures in daylight conditions with the 8-MP camera on the back including autofocus. It is also well equipped for taking pictures of books or documents. The front camera offers a brilliant 8 MP (1080p 30fps) for capturing selfies. Lenovo Yoga Tab 11’s name is known for providing high resolution of 2000x1200 pixels which makes sure that the pictures and visuals are of premium quality.
For a device priced at the lower-middle end of the budget segment, such finesse specialisations are too good to be true and that indeed makes me give this device a 10/10 recommendation.