Lenovo Yoga 10

Released October, 2013
  • 10.1"
  • 16 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 4.2
While it's a beautiful tablet, we're going to cut right to the chase with what we don't like here: the user interface and the display.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)

Features Key features of the Lenovo Yoga 10

screen resolution

Yoga 10
1280 x 800
Kindle Fire HDX 8.9
2560 x 1600
Nexus 10
2560 x 1600


Yoga 10
1 GB

camera resolution

Yoga 10
1.6 MP

CPU Cores

Yoga 10
Quad core
Galaxy Tab S 10.5
Octa core
Nexus 10
Dual core

CPU Frequency

Yoga 10
1.2 GHz

Reviews Word on the street for the Lenovo Yoga 10

From here, you can add additional home screens, quickly jump to another home screen, or rearrange them as you like.

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By default, you get three home screens, with the main screen showing a time and weather widget, a video widget and the Google search bar.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
If you pinch the screen, your home screen panels will appear.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
In order to add widgets to a home screen, first swipe the home screens until you reach the one you want to modify - its borders will turn orange and it will be centered.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)


Swiping downward from the upper-left corner will bring down the notifications tray, where you can see incoming or missed notifications and messages.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
To close apps, simply swipe upward and it will disappear, although push notifications and other critical tasks will remain (e.g. push mail won't stop just because you swipe the Gmail app away).
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
You'll also get 1GB RAM, which doesn't sound like a lot compared to modern flagship tablets and even smartphones, but it'll be plenty for social network, watching videos and maybe a few lightweight games here and there.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)

Operating System

Lenovo is back in the Android tablet market with two new slates: the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 and the Yoga Tablet 8.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
The Yoga Tablet 10 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, so you aren't going to find the latest and greatest here.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
If you're new to Android, there may be a bit of a learning curve, but it shouldn't take long before you're swiping and tapping like a pro.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)

Operating system

For the most part, you just need to toy around with the UI and software to figure things out.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
Lenovo really dumbed down the UI and software, and while it might seem like the equivalent to getting a gigantic sheet of white paper with enormous crayons, it mostly gets the job done.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
However, it will support most Android apps, and for what you might use a tablet, we don't expect any real shortcomings because of this Android version.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)


The Yoga Tablet 10 will support up to 64GB microSD cards, so if you have tons of media and documents you need to take around with you, we're sure you'll find plenty of storage options here.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)
Open up that kickstand and you'll reveal the microSD card slot.
by TechRadar (Nov, 2013)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 10.1"
Technology TFT LCD
Resolution 1280 x 800
PPI 149 ppi


  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11g
  3. 802.11b
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0
Supports 3G Yes


Cores Quad core
Clock speed 1.2 GHz


Has a GPS Yes
Has a compass Yes
Has an accelerometer Yes
Has a gyroscope No
Has a light sensor Yes


Internal storage 16 GB
RAM capacity 1 GB
Supported card formats microSD
Maximum capacity 128 GB

photo & video

Adobe flash support No
Webcam 1.6 MP
Rear camera 5 MP


USB support Micro USB
Hdmi support None
Has a headphone jack Yes
Has a microphone jack Yes
Has a built-in microphone Yes

form factor

Weight 603 g
Size 261.6 x 180.3 x 7.6 mm
Thickness 7.6 mm
Battery life 18 hour
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