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Lenovo YOGA Tab 13 gets the FCC certification, could launch soon


Early in March, we saw that Lenovo is working on a premium tablet under the Yoga lineup and could launch one soon nearly after one and a half years. Now, the same YOGA Tab 13 tablet has appeared on FCC certification.

A Lenovo device categorized as “Portable Tablet Computer” with model number YT-K606F appears on the FCC database. This model number has already appeared on the Google Play Console listing and it revealed the name as YOGA Tab 13. Anyway, the listing shows that the device will have support for Wi-Fi 6 5GHz, Bluetooth LE connectivity.

Additionally, a label inside the FCC report shows that the device is manufactured for Lenovo in China. Also, one of the sketch diagrams shows that the Power button, volume buttons are on the right. Lenovo launched its last YOGA tablet, the Lenovo YOGA Smart Tab back in September 2019. It had an entry-level Snapdragon 439 chipset.

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However, the newly certified YOGA Tab 13 seems to sport a Snapdragon 855

flagship chipset. A Geekbench listing also says that the chipset would be paired up to 8GB of RAM. The YOGA tablet is also said to run the latest Android 11 OS.

The 2019 YOGA Smart Tab had a 10.1-inch display with a 1920x1080p resolution but the 2021 edition is said to take it up a notch. According to the Google Play Console listings, the tablet will have a 2K display.


This display is likely to have a resolution of 1350 x 2160 pixels and a 240 DPI. Also, going by the name, we can expect a humongous 13-inch display but this isn’t confirmed yet. Lets’ wait for more info in the coming days.



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