We did read about how Lenovo has introduced a couple of new smartphones to the masses recently, and here we are with the very real possibility of some more notebook/tablet hybrids, as they happen to fall under the Yoga range. Right now, we do know that Lenovo has put on the market 11.6” and 13.3” models that come in a varying account of processor, memory, and storage configurations. Recently revealed documents over at the FCC do point to additional models that are well on their way.
In the FCC listing that hails from the wireless chip manufacturer Broadcom, it does seem as though they are on the lookout for certification for a new Wi-Fi and Bluetooth card. And it does seem as though Broadcom has decided to test out that particular card with a bunch of devices from Lenovo’s Yoga range. The label drawings happen to be those for Intel Pentium, Core i3, and Core i5 processors, marking the very first time that a possible Yoga tablet to run on a Pentium processor inside. Does this mean that we could very well be looking at a budget model down the road? Some of the label drawings point to a Lenovo Yoga 2 11, which could follow in the footsteps of the recently introduced Yoga 2 Pro that has a 13.3’ display.
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