Lenovo’s Legion series products are serious competitors to any gaming-only products. So every time Lenovo announces a new model, it makes a stir on the market. The upcoming Lenovo Legion Y700 gaming tablet is going to be no exception. Today, the company uncovered some info concerning the upcoming model.
As the company says, the Lenovo Legion Y700 will sport an 8.8-inch display. Generally talking, the screen of this device will be the biggest highlight. So when seeing outstanding parameters, do not be surprised. Well, the Lenovo Legion Y700 screen will have a 2560*1600 resolution. Also, it will boast a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, 120Hz high refresh rate, and 240Hz touch sampling rate. Agree that many flagship smartphones do not come with similar features. But Lenovo has decided to design a true gaming tablet with eye-catching parameters not only on paper but in actual use as well.
Looking at the promo poster, we can see that the four sides of the Legion Y700 have different widths. Also, on the opposite side, we can find a single camera along with a flash.
Prior to this, we have heard that the tablet will come with a JBL audio system. Plus, it will have Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos technologies. Thus, not only the screen but also other key features are going to be highly competitive. The body is designed with a right-angle frame and stainless steel wire drawing process.
Lenovo Legion Y700 Hardware
Now, let’s take a look at the hardware. The tablet won’t come with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Instead, it will sport the Snapdragon 888 processor. In this sense, this tablet won’t be able to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus. There have been many complaints about its power consumption and heating issue previously. But this tablet will have a larger internal space that should have a positive impact on heat dissipation. Moreover, it will make it possible to put a larger capacity battery. Due to better heat dissipation and a larger battery, the Lenovo Legion Y700 is going to provide longer autonomy and better performance.
We know that there are too many users who like small screen iPad mini as a “game console”. But due to battery life, system, and other restrictions, they hope any Android manufacturer will launch a flagship tablet with similar features. In this sense, the Lenovo Legion Y700 has all chances to make a tough competition to the iPad mini and not only.