A Lenovo Legion Y700 gaming tablet and two laptops will be unveiled alongside the Y90 smartphone
Info on Lenovo's upcoming hardware launch has been steadily trickling in over the past few weeks. An event is set for February 28 where apparently Lenovo will be unveiling the at least four new Legion devices - the Y90 gaming smartphone, which has already been the subject of a few, extensive leaks and teasers, also at least two gaming laptops - the Y7000P and Y9000P, with 12th gen Intel CPUs and an Y700 gaming tablet.
Most of this info has already been known in some capacity, but details on the Legion Y700 tablet have now started to amass including a full specs sheet and a set of early hands-on photos. Let's start with hardware first as summarized by a convenient leaked specs table, covering both the Y90 phone and Y700 tablet.
The Y700 is rocking an 8.8-inch, 2560 x 1600-pixel, 120Hz LCD display, with an advertised 500 nits of brightness with DC dimming, Dolby Vision and HDR10 support. Powering it - a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset, paired with either an 8GB/128GB or 12GB/256GB LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage combo and a vapor chamber to keep things cool.
The Y700 has a 6,650 mAh battery and supports 45W charging with PD and QC support. It will ship with a 50W charger.
Some of its other cool features include a USB 3.1 Gen 2 port, which should mean data transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps. Also, dual x-linear motors for advanced haptic feedback in games and stereo JBL speakers. There is a 3.5mm jack also on board and a 13MP main and 8MP selfie cameras.
- 04 Mar 2022
No tablets with 5G/LTE/3G supported "normal" phone calling ever. How could you have missed that?
- 28 Feb 2022
28.2.22 is here and we still don't know anything about this tab. will it have 5g with phone calling capability? I am tired of TINY phones, alright with screens shaped like tv remote. finally a device with 16:10 ratio and normal sized screen, jus...
- 28 Feb 2022
I feel one should not buy this for gaming. Better go for edge 30 pro. You shouldn't be trading 2 inch screen for a 3 year old processor. 8 gen 1 GPU is the biggest leap ever in generation.