October 17, 2021

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Was the gaming smartphone unveiled before its time?

Was the gaming smartphone unveiled before its time?

On April 8, Lenovo is expected to unveil its newest gaming smartphone, but now stolen photos of the Legion 2 Pro have hit the web.

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The family of gaming smartphones is growing from week to week. After the ROG Phone 5, Nubia Red Magic 6 and Black Shark 4 and 4 Pro, Lenovo will soon be drawing a new device shaped for mobile gaming, Legion 2 Pro. Lenovo is due to officially submit it on April 8, but now it will be known ahead of time by images shared on Antutu.

Surprisingly, the front of the smartphone has a large panel with a lot of borders, especially at the bottom. After all, to facilitate management, this often happens in the case of smartphone gaming. According to the latest rumors about the Legion 2 Pro, it will be a 6.92-inch AMOLED FHD + panel. We find touch sampling of 720 Hz along with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. Above all, these stolen images allow us to see the back of a smartphone for the first time. Very unusual, this back is divided into three parts, one of which is not only the cameras in the center housing‌, but also an RGB logo and a small fan. The presence of an active cooling system actually sets gaming smartphones apart from their traditional rivals. Therefore Lenovo chooses to integrate it directly into the shell of its device rather than providing an external attachment like most competitors in this field.

Under the hood, the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro should feature the powerful Snapdragon 888 from Qualcomm, along with 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. To power everything, we find a 5500 mAh battery that can be recharged at 90W. For this, we can place its USB-C port on the side rather than the bottom edge, especially allowing it to recharge in the middle of the game. Will have to wait until April 8 to confirm this design and these features.

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