New Lenovo tablet leaks with a 12.6-inch and 120 Hz OLED display
With the teaser image embedded below, Lenovo has confirmed that it plans to launch a larger variant of the Xiaoxin Pad Pro, a tablet that it originally launched with an 11-inch display. So far, the company has only confirmed that the tablet has a 12.6-inch display, that it runs ZUI 13 and that it supports active pen input.
However, Digital Chat Station has revealed that the device's display runs at 120 Hz and relies on OLED technology. Additionally, the 12.6-inch display should run natively at 2K, underlining its flagship credentials. As far as we can tell, the tablet also has four speakers, a USB Type-C port, pogo pins for a keyboard and three cameras. It appears that Lenovo has integrated a fingerprint scanner in the top left-hand side of its slim frame, too.
According to Digital Chat Station, Lenovo equipped the new Xiaoxin Pad Pro with a 13 MP primary camera, a 5 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and an 8 MP selfie camera. The leaker also asserts that the tablet has a ToF camera, presumably to provide depth of field information for improving image quality.
Digital Chat Station adds that the tablet relies on a Snapdragon 870 and a 10,200 mAh battery that it can recharge at 45 W. Lenovo will only include a 30 W charger in the box, though. The tablet also weighs 565 g and is 5.63 mm thick; a global release date is unknown at this stage.