Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 Review; Flabbergasting Performance With SPen Support
Lenovo has recently expanded its tablet portfolio in the Indian market with the launch of Yoga Tab 11. At the time of launch, the company claimed that the device comes with an array of features like massive display, MediaTek processor, 128GB storage, SPen support, and a lot more. Lenovo has shared a unit with us so that we can use it for a while and come up with a comprehensive review of the device. We have taken our sweet time to test the device in all aspects and here we are sharing our experience with the newly launched Lenovo Yoga Tab 11.
The newly launched Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 offers a massive 11-inch IPS TDDI display with a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels, 400nits, and Dolby Vision. Design-wise the tablet looks neat and premium, it comes with a metal body frame paired with ABS and fabric. At the back, it offers a premium fabric finish along with Yoga branding on it, and at the bottom, you can witness a built-in stand that folds in and out depending on your usage and also offers a better grip.
On the right chassis, you have the volume rocker keys, power button, and a Type-C port to charge the device. While the left and top frames consist of speaker grills and microphones. At the bottom, the Yoga Tab 11 offers a wide speaker grill that consists of JBL speakers. The overall design of the tablet looks rugged and premium at the same time and we are really astonished by the foldable stand design that makes it different from other brands.
The Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 is powered by the MediaTek Helio G90T chipset, paired with ARM Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. Under the hood, the tablet is backed by 4GB Soldered LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. The device also comes with a microSD card slot that allows you to expand the storage up to 512GB. As far as cameras are concerned, the Yoga Tab 11 offers an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the back and an 8-megapixel camera sensor at the front for taking a selfie and video calls. Do note that the rear camera didn’t feature any LED flash. Taking about the speakers, the company has made sure that the device offers 4 sides JBL speakers, Synopsys codec, 2 x1W on the top, 2 x2W on the bottom with 5cc audio chamber. It also comes with Lenovo Premium Audio (LPA) Solution design, optimized with Dolby Atmos.
The Yoga Tab 11 packs a massive 7,500mAh battery and the company claims that it’s capable of offering a Standby time of 500 hours, an online video playback time of 15 hours, a talk time of 15 hours, and a browsing time of 15 hours in one single charge. It took 2 hours to fully charge the tablet from 0-100 percent. It also comes with an IP52 rating making it waterproof.