We're just four days away from the July 22 launch of Lenovo's first gaming smartphone from its Legion line. The new gaming smartphone will make its debut on 22nd July in China.
The Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Pro is the first to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus chip, which is reportedly 10% better than the regular 865.
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A previous leak mentioned that the vanilla Lenovo Legion will have effective speakers as effectively, so it is not crystal clear if this process will be exclusive to the Professional or if the two models will have it. The company has shared few teasers in which the front as well as the back is clearly visible. In addition to the promo images, Chinese retailer JD.com also gave us official renders of the upcoming phone. The device was listed with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB UFS 3.1 storage option. The device also supports 5G network reception. On the front side of the phone, there is no hole-punch that houses the selfie camera.
Coming to other specifications, the device features a 6.67-inch AMOLED FHD+ screen display. The handset is expected to feature Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6E and official support for 144Hz refresh rate displays.
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The phone will have a strong battery of 5000mAh.
The design of the smartphone was also revealed and it looks phenomenal.
The two telephones will also aspect two X-axis linear motors, which will further more enhance the knowledge with sturdy haptic feed-back.
The pictures of the Lenovo Legion Pro show that the phone will feature the phone logo in LED rendition on its back which also houses the two rear camera sensors.