Lenovo & Samsung notebooks has had the worst Linux firmware support out of all of the large OEM's (maybe why the letter got out of the Windows PC business). When my Samsung was new in 2012, those who tried installing any version of Linux, or even booting into Linux based rescue media (such as MiniTool Partition Wizard), found themselves with a semi-bricked computer that only the OEM could recover at the owner's expense. This applied to Windows 10 upgrades at first, a few months after the first release, Samsung issued a patch.
The really odd thing about this being, that the OEM itself will use some type of Linux tool to revive the UEFI at a cost of $300 (minimum) plus shipping both ways.
Yet I will say this, have found W10 upgrades to ruin more computers than Linux installs has, at least a dozen to date, usually pre-DDR3 era models designed to run Windows Vista. Most of the time, these will boot after the upgrade, then crashes at the logon screen or just afterwards. May soon be the owner of a Lenovo Yoga 3 myself, my sister-in-law has never picked it up after setting up her Yoga 920. Which I feel is a $1,800 piece of garbage for the money, should had at least had a discrete GPU installed & a much larger power brick than 65W to push a true quad core i7-8550U, it's very hot to handle & Lenovo has no upgraded USB-C PSU for the model. Wouldn't dare attempt a Linux install on it until out of warranty. Heck, it won't even take the latest W10 upgrade (1709) w/out a lot of reconfiguration to make features work. so I know that Linux is out of the picture.
At any rate, most of this Linux messing up computers is firmware related, seems like they'd test more thoroughly before shipping the units.