Lenovo Tab P12 Pro Released In The US – Fast 12.6-Inch Android Tablet With Keyboard And OLED Display

Lenovo has released the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro in the US, where it is available directly from Lenovo for $629:
https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/tablets/android-tablets/lenovo-tab-series/lenovo-tab–p12–pro/

The Lenovo Tab P12 Pro is a Lenovo flagship tablet that competes directly with high performing tablets like Samsung’s own flagship tablets Samsung Galaxy Tab S7.

It even runs the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, but with a higher frequency on one of the cores, on a different motherboard, and with different components, so that it’s actually just a a little bit faster than Samsung’s S7 tablets. And that puts it in the category of the world’s fastest and most powerful Android tablets in 2022.

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Lenovo Tab P12 Pro

The Lenovo Tab P12 Pro model that’s released onto the market now, features 6GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB UFS 3.1 storage, a 12.6-inch screen with an AMOLED display at a resolution of 2560 x 1600.

It’s released with Android 11, but will get updated to Android 12 says Lenovo. The rollout date for Android 12 is March 31st.

It has high specs all-around, with a 14 1/2 hour battery life, 45W charging with QC 4.0 support, 4 JBL speakers, dual mics, an 8MP front camera with facial recognition, twin 13MP and 5MP wide-angle rear cameras, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, a fingerprint reader, and it comes with the Lenovo Precision Pen 3 stylus pen included.

The stylus can be stowed away magnetically on the back of the tablet, where it can also be protected by closing the flap on the optional keyboard cover with kickstand.

Lenovo’s Tab P12 Pro tablet is also ridiculously thin at just 5.63mm, and very light for a tablet computer of this size, weighing just 565 grams.

This is also Lenovo’s first tablet that will feature Project Unity, which is the Lenovo’s own way of trying to integrate different operating systems and other computers with easier sharing and transitions between those devices and competing computer ecosystems.

– Jim Miller

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