The things about the upcoming gaming phone of Lenovo is slightly getting revealed. Recently, it got its 3C certification. And now further things are happening.
On June 3, a Lenovo’s Legion phone with model number “L79031” appeared on Geekbench. As it is previously described, the phone is the upcoming Lenovo’s “Legion E-Sports,” the gaming phone of Lenovo.
The phone is equipped with an 8GB of RAM, which might be the latest LPDDR5. Moreover, it is equipped with a Snapdragon processor, which is confirmed to be “Snapdragon 865 5G” chipset as the chipset usually uses “Kona” named motherboard.
The phone is running the latest Android 10 OS. It has scored 914 points on single-core, while on multi-core, it has scored 3392 points (GeekBench 5.1.1).
Talk about the other specifications of the phone. It got two USB Type-C ports in which a single port can charge up to 45W. If we use both ports at a time, then we can charge up to 90W. It is also reported that the phone may have a notch-less display with a 144Hz refresh rate.
It also features a side pop-up 20MP camera for taking selfies. On the back, it got a dual-camera 64MP+16MP in the middle with an LED flash under that. It is also reported that it will use a 3D cooling tower structure with dual heat pipe partitions for the long-lasting cooling of the device.
Lenovo E-Sports also claims that the upcoming gaming phone will be powered by a new UI. In which the landscape screen will be horizontal, the status bar will be moved to the right, and also the UI of the setting interface will be optimized.
The phone was already teased by Lenovo two months ago. But due to the current situation (COVID-19 Pandemic), it may face more delay. From GeekBench, it is confirmed that the phone is in its final testing phase. The launch of the phone is expected very near.