Blackview Tab 11 SE Coming This Month – 10.36-Inch FHD Tablet With 128GB Storage

Blackview will launch a new tablet called Blackview Tab 11 SE this month, which is a sort of upgrade over the regular Tab 11 from last year.

What's new about it is that it runs a Unisoc T606 processor, and runs the newest Android 12 based Doke OS_PV 3.0.

Unfortunately this chipset on this motherboard only gives the tablet a 5.5 hour battery life, despite a capacity of 7680 mAh, so that's one of the most important drawbacks.

Other than that the Blackview Tab 11 SE is a 10.36-inch tablet sporting a Full HD screen with a display resolution of 2000 x 1200, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage.

On the back of the tablet, it has the looks of a dual camera tablet, but the main camera is just a 13MP camera with a LED flash. On the front there's an 8MP camera.

It also only has stereo speakers, but no quad speaker setup which is so popular among tablets in this size category.

There's dual-SIM 4G LTE included though, with B1/B3/B7/B8/B20 TDD: B40 support, and Wi-Fi 5 for all other purposes. And the weight is 512 grams, with a thickness of 8.1mm.

Premiering for $199 with a folio cover include means that it will compete against Samsung's Galaxy Tab A8 which is 30% cheaper while it's on sale, though that is without 4G included.

– Tom Bowen