Between the OG P11 Plus, Gen 2 P11 and P11 Pro, not to mention the convertible ones Tab M10 Plus (Gen 3), Lenovo’s lineup of Android tablets has been a bit crowded and confusing for its own good lately.
Instead of the state-of-the-art Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, you’re dealing here with the old and humble Snapdragon 870, only found in a handful of Western phones that can’t match the raw speed of the Galaxy S22 family. , For instance.
Last, but certainly not least, the latter variant can be had for $599.99 with a bundled keyboard and a deeper discount of $230 off the $829.99 list price, and while there’s no expiration date listed anywhere on these deals, something we is said. they can go away quickly.
Oddly enough, the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro doesn’t seem to be in stock at its manufacturer in any version and at any price at the time of this writing, suggesting that placing a Best Buy order might be a good idea. sooner rather than later.
AMOLED beauty with a 120Hz refresh rate, stellar battery life, dual rear cameras, a brilliant fast charger included in the box as standard, a premium four-speaker system with Dolby Atmos sound enhancement and an incredibly slim 5.63mm profile come with the proprietary Precision Pen 3 on all models, so now … offers a very compelling value proposition.