Lenovo Legion

Lenovo is going to launch a new gaming smartphone. And as the main rival of the ASUS ROG Phone 3, the Lenovo Legion is going to be quite powerful handset. As for now, it has opened an appointment. The new machine adopts the next-generation central architecture, two-way liquid cooling, dual battery power, etc. It will hit the market on July 22.

Lenovo Legion

The next-generation central architecture

Lenovo Legion

Snapdragon 865 Plus

Lenovo Legion

90W super flash charge, dual Type-C

Double X axis linear motor

144Hz gaming screen

We have reported that the Lenovo Legion e-Sports smartphone adopts a pop-up camera design on the side of the fuselage. It supports dual 45W fast charging, and dual linear motors. The screen refresh rate of the smartphone is 144Hz, the resolution is FHD+ (2340×1080), and the touch sampling rate is 270Hz. The phone will have a 16GB memory and a 512GB body storage. There is every reason to think that the native storage is UFS 3.0, while the memory is LPDDR5.

Under the hood, the Lenovo Legion is said to sport a full-blooded version of the current Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. Thus, it will feature the Snapdragon 865+ mobile platform, which is ideal for gaming handsets. It will have a higher frequency, while coming with the same Kryo 585 Prime CPU cores clocked at 3.09GHz, three Kryo 585 Gold cores clocked at 2.42GHz, and four Kryo 585 Silver CPU cores clocked at 1.8GHz. In AnTuTu, it has got a total score of 648,871 points. At the same time, the CPU score was 187,401, the GPU score was 246,980, the MEM score was 114,314, and the UX score was 100,176.

Apart from this, we have reported that the handset will come with a large-capacity battery and support 90W fast charging.

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