Lenovo Yoga 920 specs outed early in FCC listing
An FCC listing has given us an early look at what to expect from Lenovo's next big laptop, the Yoga 920.
Lenovo's convertible Yoga 910 is nearly a year old, and the company is already preparing to out its successor, the Yoga 920. Thanks to a new FCC listing, initially spotted by Notebook Italia, we now have a sense of what specs the notebook will sport.
The biggest bump in the new model is a move to Intel's next big processor generation, codenamed Coffee Lake. The notebook can be configured with one of two options, the quad-core Intel Core i7-8550U at 1.8GHz or the quad-core Intel Core i5-8250U at 1.6GHz. Up to 16GB of RAM is also supported, along with up to 1TB of storage. The screen comes in at 13.9-inches, but resolution is a mystery at the moment. The Yoga 910 can be configured with either 1080p or 4K displays, however, so we'd expect the 920 to stick with the same options.
Also on board are two USB-C ports and Wacom active pen support, and available diagrams show the fingerprint reader will make a return as well. Here's a brief look at the specs as revealed so far:
- Processor: Intel Core i7-8550U quad-core 1.8GHz, Intel Core i5-8250U quad-core 1.6GHz
- RAM: 8/12/16GB DDR4
- SSD: M.2 PCIe x 4 Toshiba or Samsung M961 or SM961 256GB to 1TB
- Screen: 13.9 "LGP or AUO
- Networking: Qualcomm Atheros qcnfa344a WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1
- Pen: Active Wacom (Lenovo Active Pen 2)
There's no word on when to expect the Yoga 920 to make its debut. However, given that Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs are expected to land in the August to September timeframe, it's plausible we could see the Yoga 920 unveiled as soon as IFA 2017 at the beginning of September.
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