Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro set to launch on May 24

Michail, 10 May 2021

After teasing its Yoga Pad Pro 13 last week, Lenovo has now revealed the launch date for its upcoming tablet. The device is set to be announced on May 24 in China. The latest teaser also confirms the Pad Pro will bring a quad-speaker setup with Dolby Atmos housed in the tubular kickstand.

Yoga Tab Pro launch date confirmation
Yoga Pad Pro launch date confirmation

The latest Yoga Pad will offer a large 13-inch display with 1440p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and Dolby Vision. The screen supports 4096 levels of pressure making it ideal for sketching and taking down notes. According to speculation, we’ll see the Snapdragon 870 at the helm.

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Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro teasers

The tablet will bring HDMI connectivity which will allow you to use it a portable display. Its elongated kickstand also features a hanger that you can hang on different surfaces. It’s also set to feature two USB-C ports – one for charging and another for connecting peripherals.

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Reader comments

  • ConfuciusTse
  • 12 May 2021
  • 628

I have the Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab for the last 1.5 years and enjoy it. It's no powerhouse but it does what I need and was dirt cheap (about $180). This new tablet seems to hit everything I would want for an upgrade: huge screen, capable processo...

I had these lenovo tablet with its own kickstand. front facing stereo speakers. serious long battery life up to 18 hours. then the battery died and stopped working. it lasted for 6 years. not bad! theyre still on sale but with terrible specs. hope th...

  • PiCosm
  • 11 May 2021
  • mpR

We have a few of the older versions with kickstands around the house running weather station / time apps 24/7. Look very cool. But the Android updates died years ago and they are very slow, hence only suited to static applications like weather statio...

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