Lenovo details the Yoga 16s 2022's processor and graphics ahead of its launch
Lenovo has already confirmed that the Yoga series of laptops is due a new large-screen, productivity-focused SKU. It has yet to reveal when the PC in question will see a debut, although a suffix tacked onto its name comprises a hefty clue as to the date of its release.
Despite this indication, the OEM is now shedding teasers at a rate that suggest the Yoga 16s 2022 may launch fairly soon. Accordingly, we already know that the new touch-enabled machine will have a 2.5K resolution rated for full sRGB coverage and a 120Hz refresh rate. Now, Lenovo has disclosed its choices for powering these specs in its upcoming 16-incher.
The 16s' closest existing counterpart, the 14s (2021), is now sold in China with a Ryzen 7 5800HS and NVIDIA GeForce MX450 graphics. Its ostensible 2022 upgrade is now confirmed to improve on this somewhat with a 7 5800H processor and a RTX 3050 GPU.
Lenovo also now touts the 16s 2022 with the ability to run Android apps - although this is a somewhat redundant reveal as it is also slated to launch with Windows 11. It will now be interesting to see how much RAM and storage space the upcoming machine will ship with, and which price-range it will fall into whenever it is released to the market.