As we quickly approach the start of Mobile World Congress (MWC) at the end of February, a new set of images have leaked out showing what's alleged to be the Lenovo Yoga 720, a followup to last year's Yoga 710. Alongside the images, which come courtesy of Italian blog, we also get a look at some potential specs we might expect to see once the convertible launches.

According to the report, the Yoga 720 will be available in 2 sizes: 13.3 inches and 15.6 inches. That would mean that the 11-inch and 14-inch varieties seen with the Yoga 710 won't be making a return. Further, you'll be able to pick one up in Platinum Silver, Iron Grey, or Rose Gold. Otherwise the Yoga 720's body looks very similar to the Yoga 710, only with the addition of a fingerprint reader flanking the trackpad.

On the inside, the report notes, Lenovo will offer up to an Intel Core i5-7200U on the 13-inch model, and up to an Intel Core i7-7700HQ on the larger model. RAM will be available in either 8GB or 16GB, while SSD storage should weigh in at 256GB or 512GB. The 15-inch model will also be available with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1050 graphics with 2GB of VRAM. Otherwise, you can expect USB 3.0, 3.1 and Type-C ports to be on board as well. Finally, both models will feature FHD resolution displays.

Given that the Yoga 710 launched at MWC 2016, the timing of this particular leak makes sense as Lenovo would be nearing the usual yearly refresh point for a Yoga 720. The report doesn't make any mention of pricing, but we should learn much more very soon if Lenovo does launch the Yoga 720 at MWC 2017.

Thanks to Marco for the tip!

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