Lenovo’s Yoga Tabs are amongst the best tablet devices available in the market. they are the most versatile in terms of usages. they have even been Incorporated into smart-home hubs with Google Assistant support over the years.
The last time we heard a new Yoga Tab announced from Lenovo was in 2019, but now, recent sources claim that the OEM might just have its latest next-generation Yoga Tab on the way. In the new alleged Google Play Console listing, the new machine from the OEM is called the Yoga Tab 13, which hints at its display size. The screen size will be an FHD+ (1350 x 2160) in resolution and the device will be powered by the “Qualcomm SDM855” processor.
Another source confirms that in the new Geekbench 5 listing the Yoga Tab 13 comes with an alleged model number, YT-K606F. it claims that might come with Snapdragon 865 (or Kona) instead. Rumors indicate that the tablet will come with 8GB of RAM and Android 11-based UI.
Even if the chipset is the 855 rather than the newer 865, it doesn’t change the fact that the upcoming tablet will be a premium example of the company’s Tablet design. Though the tips we got online don’t reveal much of the info, we expect the upcoming Yoga Tab to come with 5G support and also that the machine will have some new specs and features to look forward to.