Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone will support ultra-fast charging at 90 watts


Lenovo has published a poster on the Weibo social network, revealing an interesting feature of its upcoming Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone.

Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone will support ultra-fast charging at 90 watts

According to the image, Lenovo Legion will arrive with an ultra-fast 90-watt charging system. Apparently, it will be the first smartphone in the world with such a powerful power supply. Of course, Xiaomi and Vivo are already testing charging at 100 and 120 watts, but you should not wait for devices with them this year.

Presumably, the smartphone will be charged up to 100% in just 15-20 minutes. But we have no confirmation yet.

Recall that the smartphone will also get great specs. It will arrive with the top-end Snapdragon 865 processor and a 144 Hz display, like the competitor Nubia Red Magic 5G. It has a 5050 mAh battery, a triple camera and two USB-C ports.

Unfortunately, Lenovo has not yet announced the date of the presentation of the smartphone.

LENOVO LEGION PATENTS

It is worth mentioning that recently,  the folks at Pricebaba has spotted the Lenovo Legion smartphone on China’s patent website, CNIPA. The images in the patent showcase the smartphone in two color variants – Red and Metallic Grey. The phone sports a tall display with bezels on the top and bottom. It resembles some old Motorola devices from the long-gone X series.

There is a selfie camera is inside the top bezel, along with an earpiece. It’s an old design concept, but we believe that gamers aren’t really concerned about this. After all, notches and punch-holes can be considered intrusive during gaming sessions.

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The back panel appears to be transparent on both color variants and it reveals a Legion branding along with some inscriptions. One of these says Snapdragon 855 Qualcomm. We believe that this patent is old, and was submitted in the times of Snapdragon 855. There’s no reason for Lenovo to release a gaming phone without the best chipset available.

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