Umidigi A11 Tab, presented this economic 10″ tablet with 2K resolution


The first tablet of the Umidigi brand called Umidigi A11 Tab offers a set of interesting specifications with a very attractive design and will be available on September 27.

This new Umidigi A11 Tab tablet is powered by the mid-range 12nm SoC Mediatek Helio P22, which we have already seen in some tablets but especially in many smartphones. A tablet that stands out for its 7.9mm thick metal fuselage, for its generous 8300 mAh battery and for having the Android 11 system as OS.

We also have a magnetic keyboard connector at the bottom if we want to have more productivity in terms of office automation. Also noteworthy is its 2K resolution screen with narrow bezels and the inclusion of 4G modem.

SoC, RAM and storage

The new Umidigi A11 Tab tablet includes a Helio P22 SoC, an Octa Core with ARM Cortex-A53 processors capable of reaching 2.0Ghz while the GPU is a PowerVR GE8320 capable of reaching a maximum speed of 650Mhz.

In the RAM memory section we have 4 GB and the storage is 128 GB, expandable via microSD card. A decent configuration that will allow Android to move smoothly and apps, 3D games of last generation are those that may suffer something in terms of performance.

Screen and other specifications

The screen is a 10.4-inch IPS with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, at the top we find an 8 MP camera complemented by the rear with 16 MP flash. We also have WiFi aC connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS and a 4G-LTE modem with Dual SIM.

Undoubtedly a strong point of this tablet is its 8300 mAh battery that will feature fast charging system. As for connectors, we have a USB Type-C and a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Price and availability

  • The tablet Umidigi A11 Tab will be available on September 27 at the Umidigi store on Aliexpress for an introductory price of  $199.90 (€168) including shipping. There is also a giveaway going to celebrate his launch.

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