Blackview, a company we associate with budget tablets that replace laptops has unveiled a new model, the Tab 11 Wi-Fi. This is a 10.36 inch slate with a 2.4K screen resolution. It’s just 442 grams in weight and measures 7.6 mm in waistline.
It’ll be available in Lagoon Green and Space Grey and offer a minimalistic design. On board we find a 10.36 inch 2.4K display and dual Smart PA box speakers, plus Eye Comfort Modes, which go easy on your eyes. We also have Split Screen View, a stylus pen and the WPS Office app for note taking and other tasks. There’s even a PC mode, that supports a mouse and keyboard, together with the touchscreen.
The battery inside the BlackView Tab 11 WiFi is a 8380 mAh unit, that can provide up to 20 hours of daily use and 5.2 hours of constant video streaming. It charges at 18W. We also get a 16 megapixel front camera with Quad Bayer tech, plus a 16 megapixel back camera, with Beauty Mode, HDR, Portrait and even Night Mode. FHD capture is also here.
The CPU inside it is an octa core MediaTek MT8183, coupled with 8 GB of RAM, plus 6 GB of RAM via virtual expansion and 256 GB of storage. You can expand it by up to 1 TB via card. Features include RAM Fast, Automatized Memory and Auto Disk Defrag. The slate runs on DokeOS_P3.0 based on Android 12 and the price is $149.99 in the early sale period.
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