Lenovo’s first gaming-centric smartphone, dubbed, the Legion, is scheduled to make its debut on 22nd July, in China. The Lenovo Legion has leaked multiple times so far, revealing most of its key specifications. Today, we learn some interesting news regarding the Legion series. Yes, series. There are going to be two Legion smartphones according to the brand.
Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Pro incoming
The official Weibo account of Legion has put out a new post. It reveals that the brand will also be launching the Legion Gaming Phone Pro. The post is accompanied by a teaser image, which shows the front-facia of the device. As you can see in the image, the Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Pro will have a camera mounted in the center portion of the right-hand side of the device. This image also shows that the device has two front-firing speakers.
The Lenovo Legion Pro has also been listed on China’s e-commerce website, JD. And the device is up for pre-orders as well. The listing, fortunately, shows the Lenovo Legion Pro from the front and the back. These images reveal that the Lenovo Legion Pro will have two cameras at the rear, mounted in the center portion of the back panel. This listing also confirms that the Lenovo Legion Pro has a display with a 144Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC, two batteries, 90W Super Flash Charge, two USB Type-C ports (one at the bottom and one on the left-hand side of the device), Dual X-axis Linear Motor for haptic feedback and two-way liquid cooling solution.
In addition to this, Digital Chat Station has revealed official-looking images of the Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Pro. These images suggest that the device will be available in two color options, black, and silver.
Basically, almost all the specifications of the device have been revealed officially. Hopefully, the brand will confirm the camera resolution, screen size, and screen type as the launch nears.