July 22, right in time for the release of ASUS ROG Phone 3, Lenovo will announce its gaming smartphone Legion (according to some sources – Legion Pro). Earlier this week, the smartphone became available for pre-order on the JD.com site. Thanks to the reservation page, some of its key features have been revealed. And today on the pre-order page, they have added photos of the front and back sides of the smartphone.
The Lenovo Legion Pro gaming smartphone design is revealed
It is also interesting that the name “Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Pro” is also mentioned on the product page. Because of this detail, rumors have already begun to circulate on the network that the Chinese brand will release two versions – the regular and the Pro. The Lenovo Legion display pleases with thin frames along all the faces of the device, and perfectionists will also like the absence of any cutouts and holes. At the bottom and the top of the device, we see holes for two speakers. They are highlighted in red.
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The back of the smartphone is painted in two colors. The center of the rear panel is glossy, while the upper and lower parts have a textured surface. According to rumors, these parts can be made of carbon fiber to provide a more comfortable grip during the game. Besides the centrally located Legion logo, we have the main camera unit that consists of two lenses.
On the right side, you can see the trigger buttons. A very interesting detail – on the right side of the smartphone, the mechanism of the moving front camera is also visible. The left side of the smartphone is also equipped with game triggers. In general, Legion will offer the most adequate gaming design for all game lovers.
Lenovo Legion AnTuTu score has appeared!
Earlier, Lenovo has officially confirmed that it is preparing a new gaming smartphone. Then, Lenovo Legion smartphone passed the test in the Antutu benchmark, where it scored an impressive amount of points.
The result confirms that the device will use the Snapdragon 865+ chip, which is an overclocked version of the flagship Snapdragon 865 SoC.
The L79031 version has 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512 GB of internal memory UFS 3.1. This allowed Lenovo Legion to score 114,314 points in the memory test.
The processor performance was estimated at 187,401 points, the video accelerator score is 246,980 points. The total result was 648,871, which is slightly higher than the 646,310 points of the Asus ROG Phone III that has not yet been released.