Lenovo launched at least five Tab M10 tablets over the past three years with no clear logic in their naming. The company finally decided to move on, and it is working on a Tab M11 slate.
According to leaked renders and specs, the pioneer will be an entry level tablet. The leak stated the screen will be 11” while the battery capacity will be 7,040 mAh, enabling 10 hours of video playback on a charge.
Technically, the device's display will be a 10.95” LCD with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and 400 nit brightness. In the bezel, there is going to be an 8 MP camera, while the rear will sport “8 MP/13 MP,” meaning different markets might get a different configuration.
The chipset is said to be Mediatek G88 paired with three different memory versions – 4/64 GB, 4/128 GB, and 8/128 GB, all of them with a micro SD slot. One of the selling points of this tablet could be Lenovo's promise for future updates – it will ship with Android 13 and will get OS updates to Android 15 and security patches until January 2028.
There is no official release date or price, but the tip suggested a price of around $330.
The GSMArena snarky comment is uncalled for. Good on Lenovo upgrading the M10. Hope it has UFS instead of eMMC storage and maintains the price. The screen should have been updated to 500 nits. Tablets are to be read in well illuminated places.