Not long ago, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s smartphone business department in China, revealed that a new generation of Legion gaming phones is about to debut. According to the official announcement, the next-generation Legion gaming phone will be named the Legion gaming phone 2 Pro.

However, the company has not yet announced when the new machine will meet with the public, but judging from the official promo materials, the machine is expected to be released this month.

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Today, we learned from the GeekBench platform that a new model of Levovo L70081 appeared on the platform.

Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone 2 Pro

The motherboard information of this machine shows that “lahaina” is the internal code name of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. At the same time, it is equipped with 16GB memory and runs the Android 11 operating system.

Judging from the above information, this machine is probably Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone 2 Pro.

In terms of running points, the single-core test score is 1129, and the multi-core test score is 3763. The machine’s running score is very close to that of the Snapdragon 888 test score.

In addition, since the current test model is an engineering machine, the score will be improved to a certain extent after the formal mass production.

Apart from the Snapdragon 888 chip, it will also have a LPDDR5 RAM and dual X-axis linear motors.

Lenovo officially stated that the Legion gaming phone 2 Pro will be composed of material most suitable for gaming. But this shouldn’t affect the pricing. There will be a number of new gaming flagships waiting to meet consumers this month. So whether the Legion gaming phone 2 Pro can stand out in this new phone launch wave is worth looking forward to.

Argam Artashyan

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