The Lenovo Legion will be announced in the coming days, but that did not prevent some information about it from being leaked, with the 16GB of RAM in the Geekbench and a lot of other information previously. However, today Lenovo has decided to reveal yet another detail of its first mobile device in the Legion line, which will feature very powerful configurations.
Starting with what was announced today by the company, we have a nice addition to the screen, which will have 144Hz of update, which is great for a mobile phone aimed at the games market, after all this fluidity allows greater precision and control during the game. In addition, a leaked video gave more details indicating a screen with a touch sampling rate of 270Hz, as you can see in the image on the right.
The original video reveals some details about the device, such as a Snapdragon 865 processor, which we actually believe to be the Plus version, which was recently announced. The storage is listed as 128GB internal UFS 3.0 with 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM and the most impressive: a 5,000mAh battery with fast charging of 90W.
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However, in case you are wondering just 6GB of RAM, it may be due to the fact that this device is certainly the most basic version of the Legion, which should have another Pro option with 256GB internal and 16GB of RAM.
Other details revealed now include speakers with dual 65 mm drivers to ensure higher bass quality, where cell phones are generally very weak. To complete the experience we will have uEngine vibration motors to transmit greater precision in games.
If you are really curious to know more about the design of the device, we recommend that you take a look at its special kit that was revealed in early July.