Lenovo Legion gaming phone leaks with radical design

Joanna Estrada
May 5, 2020

Finally we have some images of the phone, courtesy of XDA-Developers.

The Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone has been in the rumor mill for quite some time now. Interestingly, there is USB Type-C port on the left side of the phone, along with one on the bottom. The company touts that the handset will charge at up to 90W, made possible by a new thermal architecture that supposedly keeps the device cool even during intense gaming sessions. The folks at XDA Developers have now got their hands on official marketing videos for the Lenovo Legion gaming phone, revealing its design in full glory. They show the phone's back, giving away that there'll be two cameras and a Y-shaped logo that will presumably lights up. While it didn't confirm any launch date, it did release a poster confirming the presence of a Snapdragon 865 chipset under the hood.

The exclusive source claims the phone will have UFS 3.0 internal storage, LPDDR5 RAM and screen refresh rate of 144Hz; touch sampling is listed as 270Hz. Its main rear camera sports 64MP, and there's supposed to be a 16MP wide-angle. The front-facing shooter is said to have a 20MP sensor. While the phone is likely to ship with Android 10 and ZUI 12 on top, it is going to be marketed as Legion OS due to heavy customizations.

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