Today, a well-known Weibo blogger revealed that Lenovo’s new Legion smartphone has connected to the network. Its 3C certification network information shows that there are two models. One of them supports 45W fast charging and the other supports up to 65W fast charge.
The Legion gaming phone launched by Lenovo last year uses a dual-cell battery solution. By configuring dual C ports, the phone can charge two batteries at the same time. So the dual 45W becomes a 90W dual turbo fast charging system. If this year’s Legion Gaming Phone 2 also uses the same charging solution, the dual 65W charging can be converted into a 130W fast charge, making it the fastest charging model in the industry.
Lenovo has officially confirmed that the next-generation Legion gaming smartphone will be named the Legion gaming phone 2 Pro. According to this network access information, Lenovo may launch two versions at the same time. The lower version can be the Legion gaming phone 2 and the high-end version should be the Legion gaming phone 2 Pro.
Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone 2 Pro appeared on GeekBench on March 9. The website shows that it is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and a 16GB of memory. The GeekBench 5 single-core running score is 1129, and the multi-core running score is 3763. The running scores of the Snapdragon 888 models are also relatively high.
Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s smartphone business department in China, also said that the built-in twin-turbo cooling system specially designed for Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 by Legion2 Pro can achieve better heat dissipation.