The Lenovo Legion gaming phone will be unveiled on July 22, and today, seven days ahead of the launch, the phone is up for pre-order/reservation in China. The landing page on Lenovo’s website includes some of the key specs of the phone - Snapdragon 865+ chipset and ultra-fast wireless charging.
We already know the phone is going to be a horizontally-oriented gaming-centric handset, and the aesthetics of the images confirm the previous leaks. The device will have a mid-frame architecture for better grip and cooling, and will come with a second USB-C port on the long side, so the cable is always out of the way.
Having two USB-C ports will allow Lenovo to introduce 90W Super Flash Charge that should top up simultaneously both power cells that are said to have a total capacity of 5,000 mAh. The architecture of the phone will also have dual X-axis linear motor for vibration, while the screen will bring a 144 Hz refresh rate, provided the game supports it.
Pricing remains the big question here as well as if Lenovo is going to launch a discounted version developed with a specific carrier or major gaming partner, just like Asus and Tencent did with the ROG Phone II in China.
How is it marketing when the phone is getting topped up in half the time compared to 45W charging brick.
Don't preorder from scammy Lienovo. Order the ROG Phone 3 instead, that'll be better.