Today a new rumour was released about the upcoming launch of a new convertible from Lenovo, called the Yoga 720, which will reportedly launch at MWC later this month.

This comes from a report that was posted by Notebook Italia, who claimed that the Y20 will be the successor to the Yoga 710 and will be available in 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch designs. According to the site, it will feature a similar design to the Y10, but a lot thinner, with slimmer bezels around the screen.

Notebook Italia then continued to provide us with some specs.

They claim that the 13.3-inch versions will feature a Full HD display, along with up to a seventh-generation Kaby Lake Intel Core i5-7200U processor.

They also said that it will feature either 8 or 16GB of DDR4 2,133MHz RAM and either 256GB of 512GB of SSD storage.

They also revealed specs for the 15.6-inch model, which is said to feature the same as the 13.3-inch, but with up to a Core i7-7700HQ, and the option to add up to a GTXX 1050 with 2GB of video RAM.

Both are said to feature a fingerprint reader, with the option to add a backlit keyboard, and the inclusion of 2×2 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1, USB Type-C ports, two USB 3.1 ports and 2 x USB .30.

They also said that it will be available in platinum silver, iron grey and rose gold.

These are only rumours for now and nothing has been made official yet, however, when we do hear more we will let you know.

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