Lenovo Flex Vs Yoga [Comparison Guide 2023]

Lenovo is a very famous manufacturer of laptops. It is not only a standard manufacturer of laptops but also one of the largest laptop manufacturers in the world. Lenovo Flex Vs Yoga, The popularity of Lenovo is not in any specific areas, but it captured the world. Regarding the quality of Lenovo’s products, laptops manufactured by Lenovo are high-end in working and attractive in body shape.

Lenovo Product lines

Its product line of Lenovo is very long and includes famous and popular products with remarkable performance. Some products of Lenovo have set a benchmark in the field of laptop manufacturing. Lenovo’s product line includes the ThinkPad X1, T, P1, Lenovo IdeaPad, Lenovo Legion, etc.

Along with this large and versatile product line, two famous and amazing products by Lenovo are Flex and Yoga. In this way, Lenovo provides products to all users for all kinds of work.

Lenovo Flex vs Yoga

No dought, Lenovo Flex Vs Yoga are mind-blowing series of Lenovo products. Each of these has special features, which can differ from others but are most common in both Lenovo products.

That’s why, when a user decides to select one of these, it is a head-spinning task for that user due to very close competition between them.

This is the main reason and motivation for me to write this article for you so that your search can become narrow for selecting a Flex or Yoga laptop if you are willing to get a powerful machine from any of these two.

Before starting the detailed discussion, I want to tell you that our selected models for comparison are Lenovo Flex 2-15 and Lenovo Yoga 730.

Processing Power

To choose the best laptop, every user’s first consideration is the laptop’s processing power. Intel processors are mostly used in most laptops of Lenovo, including Flex and Yoga. I do not mean that AMD is not Lenovo’s choice to provide processing power to its laptops.

Many products of Lenovo come with AMD processors also. Our selected Lenovo laptop models are equipped with Intel processors.

According to the Lenovo official website, Flex 2-15 comes with an Itanium-based processor, the latest range of high-speed CPUs.

Lenovo Flex 2-15 can also have an Intel Pentium processor, while the top model of Flex 2-15 has an Intel Core i7 processor. It is dependent on different models of Flex 2-15, which matter in the case of performance.

While on the other hand, Yoga 730 has the latest and most powerful Intel Core i7-8550U processor, which belongs to the 8th generation of Intel Itanium processors. Surely, it is a big difference that makes Yoga 730 able to deal with heavy tasks comfortably.

The base clock speed of this CPU is 1.8GHz which is also supported with a turbo boost when needed. Each core of this CPU can boost up to 4GHz clock speed.

Display quality

After the processing power, another main difference between these two is the quality of the display. In every machine, display quality depends on that machine’s graphics card and screen. A combination of both these gives a perfect quality of the picture.

If none of these components is less in quality or does not perform up to the mark, then the performance and quality of the display are affected.

In Flex 2-15, an integrated graphics card is provided. The model of this graphics card is Intel HD Graphics 4400. It is an integrated GPU that uses shared memory to process graphical data.

The topmost Flex 2-15 comes with a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 840M Graphical Processing Unit, While the remaining comes with integrated GPUs.

The display panel of the Flex 2-15 product line is a multipoint touch screen. Quality of Flex 2-15 in HD and Full HD, and laptops are available in both qualities. In HD, the display could be more impressive because of the architecture of this display screen in the TN panel.

The brightness of this panel is 200 nits with a contrast ratio of 400:1. This display is comfortable in-room or relatively good in a dark environment but not in shiny conditions. Some better options are also available with higher brightness and contrast ratio.

Lenovo Yoga 730 is equipped with a new and high-performance Graphics Card of NVIDIA. GeForce GTX 1050 dedicated GPU is available in this laptop for high-quality graphics.

Although in some laptops of the same model, an integrated GPU is also used instead of a dedicated GPU, which is Intel UHD and gives high-quality graphics processing. But GTX 1050 with dedicated 4GB VRAM is at the top of performance.

The display panel of this model is 15.6 inches in size, which is also a 10-point multi-touch screen. The resolution of this screen is also very high, up to 3840 x 2160 pixels which is ideal for all kinds of games and graphics work. Viewing angles are also very accurate because it is an IPS panel.

Other Hardware

After comparing the two major components of these two product lines of Lenovo, we now evaluate the other hardware parts of these machines in terms of performance and availability.


16GB RAM is part of the Yoga 730 machine, a dual-channel memory that can be upgraded. On the other hand, in the top models of Flex 2-15, installed RAM is up to 8GB which is also Dual Channel, and additional RAM can also install along with already present RAM. Mostly Flex 2-15 laptops come with 4GB RAM, which is also upgradeable with dual channels.


In Yoga 730, card storage is used instead of mechanical storage, which is faster than traditional storage. The main architecture of the Yoga 730 laptop storage is M.2, which is 512GB.

As far as its read-write speed or transfer rate is concerned, it is must faster in read operations while a bit slower in the write operation. The transfer rate of its read operations is almost 2600MB per second.

On the other side, Lenovo Flex 2-15 storage is a traditional hard disk with a very slow performance than electronic card storage. The read speed of these disks in the sequential file is up to 112MB per second, while the write speed is just 0.4MB per second.


Flex 2-15 is rich in the case of available ports for the connectivity of peripheral devices. USB 2.0 and 3.0 are available on the body of this laptop. Along with these USB ports, a card reader is also given.

A dual-band WLAN adapter and Bluetooth are present for wireless connectivity, while Gigabit speed RJ-45 is also given for wired network connectivity.

While on the body of the Yoga 730 machine, the Thunderbolt USB port is also available along with all these ports and connected devices on Flex 2-15, except the card reader. This port is used for very high-speed data transfer and 4k display monitors.

The keyboard in Yoga 730 is also according to the standard. The keys of this keyboard are curved and fixed down in the aluminum case for their protection in tablet mode.

The keyboard has a two-stage backlit, and a fingerprint scanner is also available. The keyboard of Flex 2-15 is sticky and needs some extra force to press. At the same time, it contains a separate numeric pad and a backlit.


In the last of this article, the only important thing which is remaining to compare is the battery backup of these two product lines. Battery available in Flex 2-15 is a 4-cell battery which gives an average backup time. That battery backup cannot be enough for a full day of work.

This battery pack provides 6 hours of backup time on normal display conditions. On the other side, Lenovo Yoga 730 battery backup time is up to 11 hours under normal conditions. At the same time, it is almost half when this machine is used for watching videos or other graphics-related work.

Final Analysis

After reviewing and comparing these two famous product lines of Levono, results show that each is ideal for two different types of users, including those requiring high-performance machines without budget constraints.

In contrast, other users need a moderate-performance machine on a very affordable budget that does not become heavy on their pocket.

  • For a better and high-speed performance, which is required in playing high-end games, graphics designing work, and video editing, Lenovo Yoga 730 is best.
  • On the other hand, where the price of the laptop and budget of the user is the main constraint than Flex 2-15 is best for these users.

Hi... I am Junaid Khan (Telecom Engineer) and professional blogger. I have 8 years experience in tech department and publishing lot of technology based articles on different top websites. Here I will solve your tech related issues and will share my experience with research based content.

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