06 September 2019
Lenovo appears to be having a new always-connected laptop in works as per Geekbench listing spotted a while back. The model name of the device is Invalid which is quite bizarre, but, of course, it’s nothing to do with commercial launch, working, or whatsoever associated.
The Lenovo Invalid laptop is listed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx processor which is said to deliver 60% better battery life and several new features such as dual 4K monitor support. This is the same processor which Samsung is using for its recently-launched Book S laptop.
Talking about Lenovo Invalid, the Geekbench listing isn’t able to pose much of a help, except revealing the processor name, 16GB RAM, and Windows 10 Home OS. The codename of the device is unknown but it’s speculated to be the Project Limitless laptop which is an always-connected PC that Lenovo introduced in May at Computex event. It runs on a 45 watt-hour battery and will have a 5G modem alongside the Qualcomm 8cx SoC. It’s an ultra-portable laptop, first-ever with the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem,
Currently, we can only make guesses as the available information is quite obscure. This is the first encounter of such laptop and we expect to hear more about the device in coming days.