Lenovo seems to have decided that an ultra wide-angle was too much on a tablet and the 2022 P11 Pro therefore only has a single 13-megapixel module.
Main module: 13 megapixels, f/2.4
Faced with the Samsung tablet, the P11 Pro (Gen 2) offers a much better result, with respected colorimetry, better managed exposure and superior sharpness.
A finding that is worth a little less at night, where the shots captured by the Lenovo tablet are not very good. The software processing intervenes in a much too strong way and the general tone of the image is a little too red. It’s not much better on the Tab S7 FE Wi-Fi side, but the exposure is a bit better, like the tone of the photo.
Facing the iPad 10
Opposite one of Apple’s latest tablets, the P11 Pro (Gen 2) is no match for it. The iPad 10 shot is more natural, but also more detailed. The Lenovo does not demerit for all that.
It’s a bit the same thing in low light. The Apple tablet goes a little high in sensitivity, to the detriment of the general quality of the image, but still manages to offer a more detailed photo than that of the P11 Pro (Gen 2).
Front module, portrait and video mode
Up front, Lenovo’s new tablet sports an 8MP module that’s enough to capture a few extra shots. The photos are not of incredible quality and lack detail. A portrait mode is offered, but it does not come up to those of smartphones. The bokeh doesn’t really work, although the depth of field is adjustable. In short, once again prefer the portrait mode of your good old phone.
As for video, the Lenovo P11 Pro (Gen 2) can shoot up to 1080p (Full HD) at 30 fps, like the previous model and like the Tab P11.