Lenovo Legon Teasedd Snapdragon 865 | Gadgets

Lenovo these days set up a new Weibo account for its Legion sub-brand and teased the arrival of a gaming-centric phone.

Lenovo Legon Teasedd Snapdragon 865 | Gadgets
Lenovo these days set up a new Weibo account for its Legion sub-brand, and teased the arrival of a gaming-centric phone.

Well, the Legion Weibo take care of has now dropped a new teaser submit revealing that a gaming smartphone powered by using Qualcomm's top-of-the-line Snapdragon 865 SoC is in the pipeline. Unfortunately, it is all we are aware of concerning the upcoming Legion-branded gaming smartphone when it comes to its key interior specifications. It is well worth citing right here that Lenovo used to be amongst the earliest brands to announce plans of launching a phone with Snapdragon 865 SoC following the chipset's debut.

 

The Weibo put up only mentions the arrival of a Snapdragon 865-powered phone. Going via the Legion Weibo account's timeline does no longer reveals any different records concerning the upcoming phone, and no credible leaks have surfaced either. It seems that Lenovo is attempting to replicate the Asus mantra here. The latter leveraged its in-house Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand cost and launched the first and 2nd era ROG Phone. Lenovo is searching to do something comparable with its Legion manufacturer that caters especially to gamers, and will apparently go all out with its upcoming Legion-branded gaming-centric phone.

 

Lenovo has no longer had any in particular successful run with its smartphone portfolio in India, however, the employer has remained pretty active in China with the launch of high-end smartphones beneath the Lenovo Z-series. However, the Lenovo Z-series phones are well-rounded flagships and are now not targeted at mobile gaming fans in particular. That would possibly alternate with the upcoming Legion gaming smartphone. And as is the case with other gaming smartphones out there, we can anticipate an excessive refresh-rate panel (90Hz or 120Hz), enough quantity of RAM (most likely the new LPDDR5 module), the state-of-the-art UFS storage standard, and of course, an aggressive format language to go with its complete gaming smartphone appeal.

 

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