Details of a new Lenovo Yoga 520 convertible notebook have been leaked last week, ahead of any official announcement or launch by the Lenovo. Providing a glimpse at what we can expect from the new hardware that Lenovo is expected to launch in the coming months and official reveal at MWC 2017.
According to Lenovo, the refreshed 2-in-1 device sports smaller bezels on each side of the screen, reduced from 12.3mm to the 7.6mm for a better viewing experience. The refresh is slightly smaller, too, despite keeping same screen size, down from older model’s dimensions of 13.24×9.13×0.82 inches.
For example, the Lenovo Yoga 520 14″ laptop showed up on the company’s website. It is been removed, but a Google cached version of the page gives us an idea of what to expect:
|Operating system:||Windows 10 Home|
|Screen size:||14 inches|
|Screen resolution:||1,920 x 1,080|
|Processor:||Up to 7th-generation Intel Core i7|
|Memory:||Up to 16GB DDR4|
|Storage:||Up to 512GB PCI Express SSD
Up to 128GB PCI Express SSD / 1TB SATA HDD combo
Up to 1TB SATA HDD
|Camera:||720p along with dual-array microphones|
|Audio:||Dolby Home Theater
|Battery:||Up to 10 hours|
|Ports:||2x USB 3.0 (one charges)
1x USB Type-C
1x SD card reader
1x Gigabit Ethernet
1x headphone/microphone combo jack
|Size:||12.9 x 9.0 x 0.8 inches|
There is also an optional fingerprint reader and the convertible notebook has a touchscreen display, a 360 degree hinge, and support for a Lenovo Active Pen for pressure-sensitive writing and drawing.
Lenovo is expected to launch a new Yoga 720 convertible notebook and a Miix 320 2-in-1 tablet at MWC 2017.
Unfortunately no information on the worldwide availability or pricing has been released as yet for the Lenovo Yoga 520, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.