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Lenovo Yoga Tab 11

Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 | VickyTechy Honest Review

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 was released in July of 2018. This tablet has a 10-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 450 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 64GB internal storage with up to 128 GB microSD expansion.

Battery life is rated at 15 hours for this device which is pretty good for most people. Lenovo offers charging with USB-C or Lenovo’s TurboPower fast charger that will provide nine hours of battery life in just fifteen minutes. Lenovo also includes two years of unlimited cloud storage on Google Photos when users purchase the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 online directly from Lenovo’s website. The Lenovo YogaTab also supports LTE but only on the 4G networks from Verizon and T-Mobile as it does not have SIM card slots.

Lenovo’s YogaTab offers Lenovo Active Pen support along with Lenovo’s AnyPen technology which allows users to use any pen they find lying around the house on the Lenovo YogaTab. Lenovo also includes an easy-to-use software package that makes it simple to quickly download and edit photos or videos using Lenovo’s Gallery App (with Lenovo’s Floating Window feature).

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The Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 is compatible with Android 7.0 Nougat although it will receive Android Oreo in 2019 according to Lenovo’s website. The operating system currently installed on the tablet is ZUI 3, which was updated in July of 2018, but Lenovo has stated that this device will be updated to ZUI 3.5 shortly after its release. Lenovo does not have a dedicated website for the Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 or Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10, but Lenovo’s site offers lots of great information on both tablets.

Lenovo YogaTab comes with Lenovo’s Gallery app pre-installed along with Lenovo’s custom home screen offering quick access to Lenovo’s Video, Photos, Camera, and Settings apps. Lenovo YogaTab is currently being sold at Walmart for $179 which makes it one of the best values in Android tablets today.

Lenovo’s YogaTab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 offer Lenovo Active Pen support, Lenovo AnyPen technology, two years of unlimited Google Photos cloud storage when purchased directly from Lenovo’s website, 15-hour battery life with Lenovo’s TurboPower fast charger included, and an overall great value for the price.

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 will receive Android 8 Oreo in 2018 as well as Lenovo ZUI 3.5 sometime thereafter. Lenovo YogaTab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 come with the Lenovo Gallery app preinstalled along with Lenovo’s custom home screen offering quick access to Lenovo Video, Photos, Camera, and Settings apps. Lenovo YogaTab currently comes with Android 7 Nougat installed as well as ZUI 3.0 software.

Lenovo offers direct sales on its website for Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 which both come with 200 GB of extra Google Drive cloud storage for two years when purchased directly from Lenovo’s site and a free one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal. Both tablets offer LTE on Verizon and T-Mobile networks only at the time of this review but will receive Android Oreo in 2018 according to’s website.

Overall Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 are wonderful tablets for anyone wanting Lenovo Active Pen support along with Lenovo AnyPen technology to use their favourite pen on Lenovo’s screen. Lenovo’s software is easy-to-use with the Lenovo Gallery App allowing users to edit photos or videos quickly using Lenovo’s Floating Window feature.

Lenovo YogaTab offers Lenovo Active Pen support, comes with preinstalled Lenovo Gallery app offering quick access to Lenovo Camera, Photos, and Video apps along with Lenovo’s custom home screen which allows users to add any widget they like, unlimited storage for two years when purchased directly from Lenovo’s website (200 GB each), 15-hour battery life easily restored in just fifteen minutes using TurboPower fast charger, and Lenovo AnyPen technology which allows users to use any pen they find lying around the house on Lenovo’s YogaTab screen.

Lenovo’s YogaTab also supports LTE but only on the 4G networks from Verizon and T-Mobile as it does not have SIM card slots. Lenovo’s ZUI 3 software is very easy-to-use with Lenovo Gallery App allowing users to edit photos or videos quickly using Lenovo’s Floating Window feature.

Lenovo offers direct sales on its website for Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 which both come with 200 GB of extra Google Drive cloud storage for two years when purchased directly from Lenovo’s site and a free one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal. Both tablets offer LTE on Verizon and T-Mobile networks only at the time of this review but will receive Android Oreo in 2018 according to Lenovo’s website.

Overall Lenovo YogaTab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 are wonderful tablets for anyone wanting Lenovo Active Pen support along with Lenovo AnyPen technology to use their favourite pen on Lenovo’s screen. Lenovo’s software is easy-to-use with the Lenovo Gallery App allowing users to edit photos or videos quickly using Lenovo’s Floating Window feature.

The Lenovo YogaTab comes with a 2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera both capable of taking 1080p HD video as well as offering touch focus and flash capabilities which come in handy when taking pictures indoors or at night. Some people may not like Lenovo’s custom home screen, Lenovo Gallery app which allows users to edit photos or video quickly using Lenovo’s Floating Window feature along with Lenovo Camera, Photos, and Video apps preinstalled on Lenovo Yoga Tab 11.

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Lenovo offers direct sales on its website for Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 and Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 which both come with 200 GB of extra Google Drive cloud storage for two years when purchased directly from Lenovo’s site and a free one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal. Both tablets offer LTE on Verizon and T-Mobile networks only at the time of this review but will receive Android Oreo in 2018 according to Lenovo’s website.

Overall Lenovo YogaTab 11 is a wonderful tablet offering great value for the price while weighing just over half a pound Lenovo Yoga Tab 4 10 is a wonderful tablet for everyone desiring Lenovo Active Pen support along with Lenovo AnyPen technology to use their favourite pen on Lenovo’s screen.

Lenovo’s software is easy-to-use with the Lenovo Gallery App allowing users to edit photos or videos quickly using Lenovo’s Floating Window feature. The Lenovo YogaTab 11 comes with a 2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera both capable of taking 1080p HD video as well as offering touch focus and flash capabilities which come in handy when taking pictures indoors or at night.

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