Lenovo Tab P12 Pro appears on FCC Certification; Launch seems imminent

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Lenovo is prepping itself to launch the new Lenovo Tab P12 Pro as the successor of the P11 Pro. The upcoming Lenovo Tab is making online appearances consistently hinting at its imminent launch. Earlier, Lenovo Tab P12 Pro was spotted on the Google Play Console. And now it appears on the FCC certifications. All these certifications reveal more or fewer details about the new upcoming Lenovo Tab P12 Pro. However, all these indicate that the company will make it available in the market for users.

Lenovo Tab P12 Pro specification details via Certification website

The Lenovo Tab P12 Pro appears on the FCC listing with model number Lenovo TB-Q706F. This same model was on the Google Play Console listing earlier, confirming that this device is Lenovo Tab P12 Pro. As per the revelation by Google Play Console, the device may feature a 1600*2560 pixel resolution display with 2400PPI pixel density. Moreover, it reveals that the device will come with Snapdragon 855 chipset and 8GB RAM. Talking about its software, it will run Android 11 out of the box.

As per FCC listings, the device will offer WiFi 802.11 b/g/n/ac and NFC support. In addition, the device will measure 286*185mm. Moreover, as the Tab P12 Pro is the successor to the Tab P11 Pro, so there are chances that few features would be the same. However, this is all we got from these certification websites. We expect that the company would reveal further details as it is appearing towards the launch.

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