XDA-developers found out some interesting information concerning the features and the look of the Lenovo Legion Gaming phone. The front camera design of this model is different from other smartphone models with pop-up cameras. And we can say it is one of the core innovations. It can be seen from the leaked pictures that the model has a pop-up front camera on the side of the fuselage, which is full of highlights.

The back of the phone adopts a symmetrical Y-shaped design similar to those found on some other Legion products. The dual-camera module is placed in the center of the back. That’s perhaps a more useful location for mobile gamers. As you know, they frequently hold the phone horizontally. There’s no iPhone-esque camera notch on the Legion. Instead, the front camera appears to pop out of the side — another decision that seems optimized for landscape orientation.

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Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Features

According to many media reports, the spotted phone model is L79031, codenamed ‘MOBA’. In terms of hardware configuration, the model will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, and will also be equipped with UFS 3.0 flash storage and LPDDR5 memory. It is worth mentioning that the Lenovo Legion Gaming phone will come with a 144Hz screen with a resolution of FHD+ (2340 × 1080) and a touch sampling rate of 270Hz. Such a shocking configuration can bring users extremely fast and smooth touch experience, visual perception, and gaming experience.

As for the photography, the rear camera array will include a 64MP and a 16MP wide-angle shooter. The front camera is 20MP.

In addition, the Lenovo Legion Gaming phone’s official team has stated that the model will support 90W fast charge. Plus, we have got more charging details. The model will have two USB Type-C charging ports, located at the bottom and the side of the fuselage. At the same time, the model will also use a 5000mAh large-capacity dual battery design.

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