Lenovo’s latest Yoga Tab 11 is a tablet to read on, watch entertainment on, play games on, and can be used for checking emails and browsing the web.
- The tablet has a cylindrical tube-like bottom featuring two of four Dolby Atmos JBL speakers and a stainless steel kick-stand on its back.
- This unconventional design makes the Yoga Tab 11 immediately different from the likes of iPad and Galaxy tablets. Because the tablet has a surgical steel kickstand, it is easier to watch a movie on a plane or a train.
- Although it lacks an OLED display, the IPS touchscreen gets plenty bright, producing rich and bright colours.
- Movies and games look fantastic on the 11-inch screen which has a 2K (2000x1200p) resolution.
- Colours and viewing angles are both excellent. While I could play HDR-supported content via YouTube, the tablet doesn’t support HDR playback from Netflix.
- The Yoga Tab 11 is powered by a MediaTek Helio G90T processor with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. There’s 128GB storage on board; plus, there is a MicroSD slot for additional storage and support for LTE.
- Lenovo claims the tablet’s 7700mAh battery provides up to 15 hours of video playback. I did get about between 9 and 10 hours of mixed-use. There’s a 20W of charger inside the box for fast charging.
- An 8MP camera and time-of-flight (TOF) sensor can be found on top of the tablet. The main front camera works well for video calls. The TOF sensor, however, is a miss. The 8MP camera on the back is useful for scanning documents but it’s bad for taking pictures.