It is suggested that Lenovo may be looking to unveil two new Yoga laptops in the near future. This information was brought forward by leaker WalkingCat (aka h0x0d) on Twitter, who uploaded leaked clips of a supposed Lenovo presentation.
One of the laptops previewed in the videos is the Lenovo Yoga Carbon ultrabook which will feature an 11th gen Intel Core i7 Tiger Lake processor. Based on the video, the new laptop sports a QHD 13.3-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, a chassis weighing less than 1kg, and offers 16 hours of battery life. Other features noticeable from the showcase includes a backlit keyboard, USB-C support, WiFi 6, Harman Kardon speakers, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and possibly two colour options: black and white.
The second device is a dual-screen Lenovo Yoga laptop, believed to be the successor to the Yoga Book C930. But unlike its supposed predecessor, the new Yoga laptop sports larger screen estate and thin bezels for both of its screens, and will also be running Windows 10 X. Not much has been revealed about this new device during the presentation aside from highlighting its thin body and dual-screen functionalities.
The leaked videos did not reveal when we would be expecting both of these new Yoga laptops, however. WalkingCat did not reveal the origin of the uploaded videos but given that the presentation was delivered in Portugese, it is possible that the new devices will be announced in Europe first.
We’ll keep you posted with more details once more information regarding these two upcoming models surfaces or have been officially announced by Lenovo themselves.