Though the upcoming Lenovo Legion is going to focus on the gaming smartphones niche, it also comes with a number of innovations not related to gaming. Say, this morning, the company officially announced that the Lenovo Legion Pro smartphone will be the world’s first handset coming with a enter pop-up front camera. It has a 20-megapixel resolution and can open in just 0.496 seconds. This is also the fastest result among other pop-up camera smartphones. Also, it supports the fastest automatic recovery in 0.5 seconds. You can use it for more than 400,000 times. Thus, it is the first in the world even in this term.

The Lenovo Legion series has already opened an appointment and we are waiting for the phone to hit the market as soon as on July 22.

Lenovo Legion

Not surprisingly, the Lenovo Legion and its Pro variant are going to be very powerful smartphones in all aspects. Say, it should come with a two-way liquid cooling support as well as a dual-battery. The screen will have an FHD+ resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, our protagonist will carry a 16GB RAM and a 512GB body storage.

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However, the most interesting part is the processor inside. The Lenovo Legion phone’s processor will come with a Kryo 585 Prime CPU clocked at 3.09GHz, three Kryo 585 Gold clocked at 2.42GHz, and four Kryo 585 Silver CPU clocked at 1.8GHz. So there is every reason to think the early rumors as this phone will sport the Snapdragon 865+ chip are true. 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.

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