Lenovo’s CES line-up is starting to take shape, which of course consists of several products, but we are most excited about the extremely unique and iconic ThinkPhone, Tab Extreme and Lenovo SmartPaper. We have already seen high-quality renders of the ThinkPhone, reminiscent of ThinkPads, but the hardware may have been underestimated in previous reports. The ThinkPhone is likely to be a flagship device with the same capabilities and specifications as the Motorola X40.
The Tab Extreme has already appeared on the Google Play Console, so we think we know with relative certainty that it will work with Dimensity 9000, Display with a resolution of 3000 x 1876 pixels(I’m guessing 11-inch, with an aspect ratio of 16:10) and, if it overtakes Google’s tablet, and it has a chance, it could be the first tablet to be presented with Android 13 from the start.
In addition to laptops, projectors and other multimedia accessories, an e-ink tablet will also arrive, but based on the images, SmartPaper will not be a new product, but the international version of the Android-based Lenovo Yoga Paper presented in China at the beginning of December.