Lenovo first announced the launch of the Project Limitless project in May last year, with Qualcomm’s SnapDragon 8cx 5G mobile platform. At the CES 2020 show, Lenovo showcased the Yoga 5G device with the platform. It looks very much like the recently demonstrated Windows on ARM PC-Yoga C630, but the screen size has increased from 13.3 inches to 14 inches.
The reason for the device size amplification is to make more room at the bottom to equip the mmWave millimeter wave antenna. It is also important to note that the millimeter-wave signal can be obscured by any object, so there is always no obstruction between the antenna and the base station during use.
The Yoga 5G has the same screen as the C630, and the hand experience isn’t really bright, it’s a bit plastic, and it’s not very comfortable to use a stylus on it. Aside from the 1080P resolution, the $1,499 PC doesn’t have any bright spots in size.
With the exception of a slightly larger chassis and display, a faster chipset and 5G, it is almost identical to the C630. It has an excellent keyboard, Dolby Atmos front speakers, and more. Yoga 5G will be launched this spring, when Lenovo will announce updated product information.