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Lenovo Tab P11 Plus India launch confirmed via Amazon, teased to pack MediaTek Helio G90T SoC, 7,700mAh battery



Lenovo Tab P11 Plus India launch is going to happen soon. Although Lenovo is yet to announce its exact launch date, e-commerce website Amazon India has teased the India arrival and specifications of the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus. The upcoming Android tablet will be powered by MediaTek Helio G90T SoC. It is teased to pack quad speakers with Dolby Atmos support. The Lenovo Tab P11 Plus packs a 7,700mAh battery, which is said to offer up to 15 hours of playback time. Last year Lenovo introduced Lenovo Tab P11 Plus in the European market.

Amazon has created a dedicated landing page on its website to tease the India launch of the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus. The listing does not reveal the exact launch date and India price of the tablet.

As per the Amazon listing, the upcoming tablet will come with a dual-tone metal body. It will run on Android 11 and feature an 11-inch 2K IPS LCD display with a peak brightness of up to 400 nits and 70 percent coverage of the NTSC color gamut. The display is teased for 16.7 million color depth and is TUV Rheinland-certified for low blue light.

As mentioned, the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio G90T SoC, coupled with 6GB of RAM. It is teased to feature quad speakers with support for Dolby Atmos and will have a dual-microphone array with Smart Voice DSP. Lenovo Tab P11 Plus will have a battery of 7,700mAh. The battery is claimed to provide up to 15 hours of playback time. As per the listing, the thickness of the tablet will be 7.5mm

Lenovo Tab P11 Plus was initially introduced in select markets in June last year with a starting price of EUR 299 (approximately Rs 26,500). It was offered in Modernist Teal, Platinum Gray and Slate Gray colours.

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