This wasn’t meant to be the plan.
Lenovo planned to release their foldable tablet with Windows 10, and then to offer a Windows 10 X version when Windows 10x came online.
Microsoft however decided to shift gears and deferred their dual screen Windows 10x support in lieu of a single screen strategy.
Lenovo’s apparently had a plan B and a newly uploaded video by Lenovo now shows the tablet only running Windows 10.
Check it out below.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold a folding 13.3-inch 2K pOLED display with a 4:3 aspect ratio which comes with a stand, docking station and Bluetooth Mini Fold keyboard which is magnetically fixed and recharges wirelessly.
The laptop is constructed of lightweight alloys and carbon fibre and is powered by an Intel Core processors with Intel Hybrid and Intel UHD Gen 11 technology, up to 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM at 4267MHz and maximum 1TB PCIe-NVMeM.2 2242 SSD.
The Fold features an integrates a 5MP HD RGB camera accompanied by an IR camera for facial recognition, stereo speakers with Dolby Audio technology and a 50W battery that promises 11 hours of autonomy with support for fast charging.
It offers a USB Type-C Gen1 port, a USB Type-C Gen2 port , a DisplayPort via USB Type-C , WiFi 6 (802.11ax) , Bluetooth 5.0 and 5G / LTE / 4G (Cat.20) with SIM card slot.
It measures 299.4 x 236.0 x 7.8 mm when open (11.5 mm thick with cover) and 158.2 x 236.0 x 27.8 mm with folded cover and weighs 999 g.
We’ll have to see how hardware like this works without Windows 10x and running basic Windows 10.
Expected sale price is $2499 and it should be here this summer.