Lenovo Tab M11 ready for launch after receiving FCC approval – notebookcheck.biz

The original Lenovo Tab M10 is finally set to be updated, according to WindowsReport. The blog’s claims could also be supported by a new FCC registration for a device that has a good chance of supporting the specs in question.

The new leaks describe the alleged M11 (or Lenovo TB330FU according to the FCC) as a tablet with the same back as the Xiaoxin Pad 2024, intended for the Chinese market. Both devices could feature 11-inch displays and single rear cameras – however, it appears that the new Tab M variant is far from the most premium of the two.

The Tab M11 and Pad 2024 have roughly the same weight, same battery capacity, and run the same version of Android (ZUI 15) – but the newer model is said to run on the 12nm MediaTek Helio G88 processor, while The Xiaoxin tablet uses a 6nm processor Qualcomm SoC.

Additionally, there is no mention of a 90Hz processor for the Tab M11’s FHD+ screen. Nevertheless, a mid-range configuration with 8 GB RAM/128 GB internal storage as well as entry-level variants with 4 GB/64 GB and 4 GB/128 GB can be expected.

Finally, the Lenovo Tab M11 will come onto the market in the colors Luna Gray or Seafoam Green. As of the currently unspecified release date, it will be sold starting at , or around $330.

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