Lenovo took advantage of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to present five new Android tablets with the aim of offering consumers a wide choice at affordable prices.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 e 11
Whether you are more focused on navigation, productivity, communication, leisure or learning, Lenovo has dedicated one of its categories to a specific segment. Thus, the company once again looks at its Yoga Tab tablet with its steel stand that allows it to be used standing or completely lying down.
With its robust design and its rolled edge, it is available in two sizes with 11-inch 2K screen with Dolby Vision for Yoga Tab 11 (2000 x 1200) and 13-inch 2K with Dolby Vision HDR for Yoga Tab 13 (2160 x 1350). It offers an 8 Megapixel camera that allows unlocking via facial recognition with the addition of two microphones and environmental noise reduction for video calls.
The company has partnered with JBL to add four speakers (including two in the integrated soundbar) with Lenovo Premium Audio Solution and Dolby Atmos compatibility.
Yoga Tab 13 promises to be more powerful with an eight-core Snapdragon 870 processor to which 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM is added (with 128 or 256 GB of storage) while the smaller model is satisfied with a MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. Both models run Android 11.
Lenovo Yoga Tab M7 e M8
Lenovo also has a third Tab M line of its own for the low end. The Tab M7 (7-inch screen) and Tab M8 (8-inch screen) aim to compete with Apple's entry-level iPad with an Android model that goes straight to the point. The design is elegant with a metal frame and clean lines. They are ideal for use with Google Assistant.
Inside the hardware is limited with MediaTek MT8166 / 8766 or Helio P22T processor, 2GB of RAM (and 32GB of storage) on the Tab M7 as an accompaniment.
The Tab M8 has one small difference: a smart charging station (iron gray version) is available on some models. This variant offers two microphones on the charging station and two front speakers in addition to support for Dolby Atmos (one microphone, one front speaker and Dolby Atmos on the others).
Lenovo Yoga Tab P11 Plus
To complete its range, Lenovo does not forget those looking for an uncompromising model. For them, the Tab P11 Plus offers a two-tone design, four for stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos to alternate between videoconferencing and video pause, and two vocal enhancement microphones.
It can count on Android 11, with 4 or 6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64 or 128 GB of memory. As for autonomy, the 7500 mAh battery can go up to 15 hours of video playback with a 20W charger. It is possible to add an optional keyboard.
Prices and exit
Yoga Tab 13 will be available in black starting at € 799.99 in the 8/128 GB version. Yoga Tab 11 starts at € 379.90 in the 4/128 GB cut.
Tab P11 Plus costs € 279.90 (4/64 GB) and € 299.90 (4/128 GB). It will be available in matte gray, platinum gray or black.
Tab M7 (3rd generation) was announced with a price of 119.90 euros while the Tab M8 (3rd generation) will start from 149.90 euros.
All tablets will all go on sale in September, except the Tab M8 expected later this year.
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