A strange enduring trend in the past few years is “gaming phones”, these designs have been adjusted for mobile gaming performance (and sometimes large adjustments). Lenovo made one under its Legion game brand last year. According to a leak to Antutu’s Weibo account, Lenovo also provided another design. Even for gaming phones, this is strange.
Legion’s first phone is not very sophisticated, with a striking rear shape, a camera module installed in the center (so your hands will not cover it when playing games), and a pop-up selfie cam on the side. The leaked photos of the second generation look even more exaggerated: the entire central module is elevated, and there are separate panels on both sides, making its grip reminiscent of the Game Boy Advance. Unless my eyes deceive me, the center panel also has a tiny built-in cooling fan, which is reserved for additional accessories by other gaming phones.
The unique pop-up selfie camera is not visible from the rear, but as shown in the picture above, there must be something on the side of the phone. This seems to be a superficial change, because anywhere on the screen itself, there must be no holes for the front camera. The stereo speakers appear to be intact, and it looks like the “ultrasonic trigger button” is still in place, as is the USB-C port mounted on the side. once again, game.
The original Legion mobile phone uses a top-of-the-line processor, a large dual-chamber battery that can be charged at 90 watts, and a 144Hz screen and 240Hz touch sampling rate. Assuming these leaks are real and the phone is already on the market, you can expect at least that many, and maybe more new tricks.