On July 13, the Lenovo Legion e-Sports smartphone initiated a poll. It asks ‘which combination do you want for large batteries and high-speed charging?’

Chen Jin, general manager of the smartphone business department of Lenovo Group in China, said that adults must have choices. ‘The arms race of hardware is definitely not the ultimate goal. Having a more extreme user experience is what we are most concerned about.’

Lenovo Legion

It is not difficult to see that Legion Pro takes into account both fast charging and large batteries. According to the information that has been disclosed, the Lenovo Legion Pro e-Sports smartphone will come with a 90W fast charge.

In terms of key features, the Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone is going to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus flagship platform, clocked at 3.09GHz. 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.

Compared with the current mainstream Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, the GPU score of the new machine has increased by about 13%. And the MEM and UX scores also have certain advantages.

In addition, the Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone will sport a 2340×1080 display. The latter has a refresh rate of 144Hz. Apart from this, it will come with a 16GB memory and a 512GB storage. Thus, we are dealing with the world’s first flagship Snapdragon 865 Plus smartphone with 16GB memory.

Note: the first phone sporting the Snapdragon 865+ is the ASUS ROG Phone 3. But the Lenovo Legion has a larger memory.

Chen Jin also said ‘that Lenovo’s Legion e-Sports phone is known as the longest promoted phone in history. But this does not affect our determination to start an architectural revolution and create a more extremely competitive phone.’

The handset will be officially released on July 22.

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