Lenovo Yoga Tab 11: review of the upper-middle-range tablet with integrated folding stand

Lenovo has been renewing its mid-range tablet models, repowering many features and improving the user experience.

In La República, we had the opportunity to test the new Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 in order to evaluate its performance in different areas, such as screen, software, battery and cameras.

First of all, it is worth noting the compact and resistant design of the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 as it is very comfortable for most people due to its light weight.

On the side side, we get a USB Type-C port, the on / off button, volume button, and a Micro SD card slot. What we noticed is that it does not have a headphone cable or HDMI input as in the case of the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13.

For its part, the main camera and the web have 8 megapixels, which ensures an acceptable quality of photos.

Similarly, when making video calls, the camera works optimally.

Beyond the specifications shown by the brand, what we most want to know is its performance in a normal routine of work, entertainment and relaxation.

Processor MediaTek Helio G90T, The 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage perform very well in most uses, between work applications, mid-range video games and video platforms.

With regard to the viewing experience on the screen, the good intensity of colors and brightness stands out, as well as a great fluidity when scrolling through the interface.

The performance it has shown when running games like Pokémon Unite, Minecraft, Genshin Impact and Free Fire was very good, without heating the tablet and without locking.

In the battery test, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 achieved a runtime of approximately 7 hours, between using video calls, video games, and viewing video on YouTube.