16 June 2020
Lenovo is blazing a path for mass adoption of ultra-fast, low-latency laptop connectivity through a series of mobile network operator partnerships committed to making 5G computing a reality for consumers around the world.
On the heels of the earlier unveiling of the Lenovo Yoga 5G (known as Lenovo Flex 5G in the US)—the world’s first 5G PC in market1—Lenovo has formed strategic partnerships with leading 5G service providers around the world: Verizon, EE, Sunrise and CMCC. Powered by the Qualcomm®️ Snapdragon™ 8cx 5G compute platform, the Yoga 5G laptop delivers high-speed 5G network connectivity (through a 5G service provider) that’s up to 10 times faster than 4G.2
“Lenovo introduced the world’s first 5G laptop in market1 to equip the mobile generation with smarter technology for always-on connectivity and computing. The hardware is just the first step,” says Johnson Jia, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Consumer Business Segment in Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group. “With our strategic partnerships with global 5G network carriers, consumers will now be able to access easier, faster and more secure connectivity seamlessly from virtually anywhere. As 5G computing holds the power to transform user experiences, we believe it can ultimately disrupt the PC industry for the better.”
As the world’s first 5G PC in market,1 the Yoga 5G convertible laptop with Windows 10 offers high speeds with ultra-fast connectivity, reduced latency and wider bandwidth. It lets users stay online when on the go2 with a massive up-to-24-hour battery life,3 thanks to the efficiency of the Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform. With the introduction of 5G network support, the effortlessly portable Yoga 5G is now an accessible alternative for mobile multitaskers who need faster and more reliable connectivity options when streaming, real-time collaborating, video-chatting, gaming or file-transferring when not connected to secure, stable WiFi.
To make the Yoga 5G laptop possible, Lenovo engineers and designers had to overcome a number of practical challenges in housing this new technology in a thin, light and convertible 2-in-1 form factor. This involved shrinking the 5G antennas to fit into a slim chassis while enabling and maintaining 5G coverage regardless of how a user flips and folds the device into its laptop or tablet mode. The Lenovo team ultimately achieved this by innovating and patenting a new 5G antenna system—what became the industry’s smallest 5G module4, supporting both mmWave and Sub-6 GHz—a design that allowed for 5G coverage in both laptop and tablet modes.
Lenovo Yoga 5G
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