Lenovo Tab K11 Plus Certifications Hint at Imminent Global Launch

The Lenovo Zhaoyang K11 initially debuted in the Chinese market. Now the company seems to be preparing to launch it in the global market. Recent reports suggest that the global launch will feature the name Lenovo Tab K11 Plus. Below you will find everything we know so far about the upcoming tablet.

According to the report by TheTechOutlook, the Lenovo Tab K11 Plus will be launching in multiple variants. The proof is that the tablet has surfaced on certification sites including TDRA, UL Demko, and TUV.  The tablet comes in two model numbers including the TB352FU and TB352XU. The TB352FU seems to be the Wi-Fi-only variant, while the TB352XU appears to be for the Wi-Fi+LTE variant. Moreover, the UL Demko certification website has also confirmed that both variants are tested for 15W and 20W chargers.

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What to expect from Lenovo Tab K11 Plus

To understand our protagonist’s capabilities, let’s analyze the specifications of the Lenovo Zhaoyang K11, on which it’s based. The Lenovo Zhaoyang K11 comes with an 11.5-inch IPS display with a 2K resolution. Moreover, it has a brightness of 400 nits along with a refresh rate of 90Hz.

Cameras are not typically tablets’ strong suit, and the K11 tab follows this trend. It gets a single 13MP rear sensor and an 8MP front-facing shooter.  The tablet is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor, with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Furthermore, the tablet is equipped with an 8600 mAh battery supporting 20W fast charging.

The tablet comes with the ZUI 16 skin based on Android 14 OS. Additional features include TUV low blue light and flicker-free certifications, an IP52 rating, a Bluetooth keyboard, Wi-Fi 6, 2×2 MIMO, four speakers, and a dual microphone. You can get to know more about the tablet on Lenovo’s official website. With the certifications of Lenovo Tab K11 Plus surfacing online, the launch seems imminent.

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