Just a few days after the Lenovo Yoga 720 leak, we witness another leakage, this time for the Lenovo Yoga 520 model. It’s a convertible with a Kaby Lake processor and an USB Type C port, it seems. Aside from the pictures below we also learned extra info about specs.

This device is going to come to MWC 2017, together with the Lenovo Yoga 720. We get a mere refresh of the Lenovo Yoga 510, rather than a major overhaul. The same convertible format of the Yoga 720 is present here and the Yoga 520 comes in two versions: Yoga 520-14 with a 14 inch screen and Yoga-520-15 with a 15.6 inch display. Color choices are mineral grey, onyx black and metallic gold, plus we get ultraslim bezels, apparently.

There’s an optional fingerprint scanner next to the touchpad and below the keyboard. Lenovo integrated stereo speakers within the package, with Harman Kardon acoustics and they also added a HD 720p webcam with dual array microphones for noise cancelling. And we’re not done yet! Lenovo Yoga 520 will get a Full HD resolution and support for Lenovo’s Active Pen.

The CPU is an Intel Kaby Lake going up to a Core i7 and the RAM goes up to 16 GB of DDR4. SSD storage is up to 512 GB and HDD space is available till 1 TB. Hybrid setups with 128 GB PCIe SSD and 1 TB SATA HDD are in the mix too. AMD Radeon last gen graphical solutions are also available. This Lenovo machine gets up to 10 hours of battery life and connectivity is modern, including an USB Type C port, two USB 3.0 ports and HDMI, plus Ethernet and WiFi ac.