Lenovo has just announced a premium class tablet. Called the Yoga Pad Pro, this device has a screen of 13 inches. The company claims this tablet has features that are not available on most tablets in the market.
Design-wise, Lenovo has largely retained the existing Yoga Pad design, but of course with a few improvements. The body is made of aluminum and some areas of the back are covered with Alcantara with the name Yoga engraved on it. There is a 180 ° steel bracket that acts as a stand and even allows the user to hang the tablet on the wall.
Reporting from Gizmochina (26/5), this tablet is equipped with a 2K resolution LTPS LCD screen panel technology and a 16:10 aspect ratio. The color gamut it holds is sRGB 100%, with Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. The bezel looks thin, but it’s a bit thick at the bottom.
The chipset inside is Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 and has 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of internal storage based on UFS 3.0 technology. There is no microSD slot for adding storage memory. There is also no rear camera, only an 8 MP front camera with ToF for face unlock purposes.
The Yoga Pad Pro has 4 JBL speakers (2×2.5W and 2x2W), Dolby Atmos, and 3 microphones. The battery itself has a capacity of 10,200 mAh which is claimed to last 12.7 hours to play videos. The tablet also runs Android 11 with a ZUI 12.5 interface.
The unique feature of the Lenovo Toga Pad Pro is that it supports HDMI input via the Micro HDMI port. This allows users to change it as a secondary computer screen, or as a screen for HDMI out enabled devices like the Nintendo Switch and so on. The price for this tablet is 3,299 yuan (USD 518).