Smartphone brand Lenovo’s first gaming device, the Lenovo Legion, has leaked in a range of promotional videos showing off the smartphone.
According to a source, there are additions to a few new specs, says XDA Developers. The source doesn’t guarantee the product’s final design, but they talked about the exciting look and some features we can look forward to.
The device will highlight fast 90W wired charging, thanks to a massive 5,000mAh dual-cell battery. There will be a USB-C charging port, a SIM card tray, and a data port without headphone jack on the bottom; an extra USB-C on the side; amazing speakers in the top and bottom bezel; and a tiny microphone hole on the top of the device.
The rear part of the smartphone features a balanced Y-shaped design similar to those seen on various Legion products. The dual cameras seem to be located in the middle of the back, rather than on the head where you’d suppose to see them.
That’s maybe a more useful location for gamers who may be regularly holding the smartphone horizontally.
The source also tells that there’s no iPhone-Esque camera design on the Legion. Rather, the front camera seems to pop out of the side — another choice that seems optimized for landscape adjustment.
The leaks don’t indicate any pricing or launch date, so we may have to wait for sometime to see this smartphone for ourselves.