Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro multi-mode Ultrabook appears with Intel Core M processor onboard

It looks like Lenovo will be adding a new member to its Yoga portfolio with the Yoga 3 Pro popping up online unofficially. The upcoming convertible is said to be amongst the first devices to offer Intel’s new Core M processors and we should see it go official sometime next month.

Liliputing notes that the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro was initially spotted in Indonesia last month and specs of the device were recently posted online via Reddit. The information comes via a screenshot which looks to be from a retail inventory system. What’s more, MobileGeeks.de notes that many stores across Europe have the same information up as well, which only adds credence to the data.

Lenovo Yoga 2

The Yoga 3 Pro will definitely continue the multi-mode design present on its predecessors. What we know is that the laptop will carry a touchscreen with a 360-degree hinge so that the display can be folded all the way to the opposite size. This will convert it into a tablet form factor.

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The main housing for the laptop will be made from magnesium-alloy and there will be a 13.3-inch 3200 x 1800 pixel IPS display onboard. The Core M 5Y70 processor will do the heavy lifting along with Intel HD 5300 graphics and you can expect around 7 hours of battery life with the 44.8Whr cell.

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro leaked specs roundup:

– Intel Core M 5Y70 processor
– Intel HD 5300 graphics
– 13.3-inch 3200 x 1800 pixel IPS touchscreen
– 8GB RAM, 512GB HDD
– 720p HD webcam
– HDMI output, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0
– 44.8Whr battery

As mentioned above, we expect to see the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro arrive in October along with other devices running on the Intel Core M processor.