Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Review After Using Some time My Opinion and Verdict.

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro price in India starts from 44,315. Take a look at the detailed specifications and features of the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro.

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Review After Using Some time My Opinion and Verdict.
Lenovo Tab P11 Pro Review

I've been doing consumer tech evaluations for a long time, and I've never been asked for tablet recommendations in all my years of testing a wide range of goods. That doesn't mean people don't want to buy tablets anymore, but it explains a lot about Apple's monopoly in this segment. You see, most shoppers looking for a new tablet usually default to Apple's products, and — and for good reason — the company's iPad range offers excellent performance, class-leading features, and more.

More importantly, except for Samsung and Lenovo, Android OEMs have omitted this category. Lenovo recently launched the Tab P11 Pro, a high-end tablet, and we'll see if it's a feasible alternative for potential consumers in this review.



Sim Type

Single Sim, GSM

Dual Sim


Sim Size

Nano SIM

Device Type


Voice Call




171.4 x 264.28 x 5.8 mm


485 g



Color OLED screen


Yes, with Multitouch


11.5 inches, 2560 x 1600 pixels



6 GB


128 GB

Card Slot

Yes, up to 256 GB













Yes, with wifi-hotspot


Yes, v5.0


Yes, USB-C v3.1

USB Features

USB on-the-go, USB Charging




Fingerprint Sensor

Yes, Side

Face Unlock


3.5mm Headphone Jack



Rear Camera

13 MP + 5 MP with autofocus

Video Recording



Yes, LED

Front Camera

8 MP + 8 MP



Android v10


Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G


2.2 GHz, Octa Core Processor

Core Details

2x2.2 GHz Kryo 470 Gold and 6x1.8 GHz Kryo 470 Silver


Adreno 618












FM Radio


Document Reader




Non-Removable Battery


8600 mAh, Li-Po Battery

Talk Time

15 hours



Lenovo has taken a page from notebooks from Apple and Samsung to design the Tab P11 Pro. In fact, from afar, the tablet looks very similar to Apple's iPad Air as well as Samsung's Tab S7 range. Be it the rounded edges of the unit or its flat frame, it's hard to see the design similarities on offer here. However, it's hard to deny that the Tab P11 Pro offers an attractive chassis.

Beyond that, the unit feels as premium as any other high-end tablet on the market, thanks in no small part to its unibody aluminum shell – the chassis feels surprisingly sturdy and I didn't notice any squeals with the frame. Haven't seen it. The issues were ignored. Rest assured, the industrial design of the tablet will find a lot of supporters.

The tablet also scores big on the ergonomics front. In fact, at 485g, the Tab P11 Pro is noticeably lighter than its immediate rivals. As such, I didn't notice any wrist fatigue while using the tablet day in and day out. Plus, I rarely had to resort to hand gymnastics to reach for the power button to unlock the machine because the devices also ship with facial recognition technology.

With the display's 'Lift to Wake' functionality, I was able to be on my home screen in no time. Oh and don't worry – the tablet also comes with a sharp capacitive fingerprint sensor below the power button.

Like the rest of the I/O, the Tab P11 Pro has four Atmos-enabled, JBL speakers, located on either side of the unit's frame. The orientation is similar to what you might have seen on Samsung's high-end offerings as well. The tablet also has a USB Type-C port, a volume rocker, and a 4-pin pogo connector, which is used to connect an optional keyboard accessory to the P11 Pro.

Note that Lenovo didn't send me the keyboard accessory and as a result, I won't be able to comment on its build quality. Lastly, you should know that the tablet doesn't come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, so you'll have to invest in a Type-C dongle, or pair the unit with a set of Bluetooth earbuds.

Performance and Software

Talking about the matter, Lenovo Tab P11 Pro comes with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730G processor. The chip works with 6GB of LPDDR4x memory and 128GB of built-in, user-expandable uMCP storage. It goes without saying that the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro isn't going to set any benchmarks on fire. However, the day-to-day performance of the unit was to my liking and I rarely noticed any issues while browsing through my social media feeds, opening various video streaming services, or playing some casual games like Clash Royale on the unit. Have you found Instances of lag or stuttering also-ran?

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro, Of course, your mileage will vary if you choose to use the tablet for productivity-oriented tasks. To that note, the tablet ships with a dedicated Productivity Mode that can open each app as a scalable window when enabled. The functionality is similar to what you would have seen on Samsung tablets and phones that boast of the company's DeX Mode feature.

Although I couldn't fully test the feature as it works best with a keyboard accessory, I opened multiple apps at once and they all seemed to work fine. Unfortunately, some apps aren't ready to be used in this model, including Instagram and my banking app, Kotak, which sucks.

In that regard, the tablet comes pre-installed with Android 10 and a stock-like user experience. The software isn't particularly customizable, but the gadget does support gesture-based navigation, which is a good feature. The tablet also comes with a smart navigation feature that can be used to quickly access system shortcuts such as capturing a screenshot, among other things.

Unfortunately, the tablet doesn't ship with a lot of customization options, so you may have to look elsewhere if you want to switch out the system icons for another one you like. Also, for some strange reason, the table doesn't even support on-screen accessibility gestures. So, if you want to bring down the notification tray, you have to swipe down from the edge of the display.

In terms of battery, the tablet comes with an 8,400mAh cell that easily lasted two business days. At the time, I used the tablet extensively to watch shows on Netflix and YouTube, and even for gaming for over an hour. Rest assured, you won't have any battery issues while using the Tab P11 Pro.

Display and Audio

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro undoubtedly looks like a premium product, but what sets it apart from the competition is its performance. Lenovo Tab P11 Pro As you can see, unlike the similarly priced Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE which sports an LCD screen, the Tab P11 Pro sports an 11.5-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, 2K OLED display. The panel gets bright enough even at 500 nits and simply put, it is easily the best display in its segment.

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro highlights that the device supports Widevine L1 certification and the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro can actually relay HDR content from services like Netflix as well. So, whether it's watching your favorite serial killer documentary, or catching up on the latest Marvel shows, the Tab P11 Pro will deliver a quality, stand-out media consumption experience.

That doesn't mean the panel is perfect and the screen's palm rejection wasn't the best I've seen. The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro With the tablet's razor-thin bezels, I found myself inadvertently swiping through a video or app more times than I can remember. Moving on, the 60Hz refresh rate of the display leaves a little to be desired. While the panel feels quite slow for most tasks, I'll admit, the UI animations feel a bit jumbled.

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro, on the other hand, offers great speakers and the device's quad-speaker array turns out to be audaciously loud. What's more, the audio output doesn't sound distorted or loud at high volume levels. During my stint with the Machine, I was amazed at how clearly the speaker array turned up dialogues in my favorite TV shows. So, if you, like me, are a Netflix connoisseur, you will feel at home with the Tab P11 Pro's capabilities.


The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro costs Rs 44,990 and faces heavy competition from Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7FE and various iPad models for the same price. Lenovo's offering now, between the Tab S7FE and the Tab 11 Pro, has a much nicer display and a better speaker configuration.

The gadget also comes with a capacitive fingerprint sensor, unlike Samsung's offering. As a result, despite the Tab S7FE's slightly better processor, I would not suggest it above Lenovo's offering.