Today, Lenovo Savior released a video showing off the excellent screen quality of the Y900 tablet.
According to the video, the Y900 is equipped with a 14.5-inch 3K OLED 120Hz high brush screen, accounting for 90% of the screen, which is quite solid in basic quality.
The screen also features high frequency PWM dimming up to 1920Hz, up to 500nit brightness, 1000,000:1 high contrast and 10bit color depth, and supports Dolby’s field of view for excellent visual appearance.
To match the high screen quality, the Y900 is equipped with four JBL high-frequency speakers and four HJBL ultra-linear woofers for a total of eight speakers for Dolby panoramic sound support.
The tablet will also have a Breguet 9000 processor, 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM, 256 GB of expandable UFS 3.1 storage, and a 12300mAh battery, according to previous leaks.
In terms of appearance, the Y900 comes with a foldable protective case with a keyboard and stylus. The back has dual photography, and some areas also use mirror design.
At present, Lenovo Savior has not officially announced the Y900 release time and price.