Gaming smartphones are becoming more and more popular not only among avid gamers. The reason is the inflated parameters, which in the case of Lenovo Legion Phone Pro complement interesting functions and now also an unconventional design.
The official presentation of the long-awaited smartphone from Lenovo should take place tomorrow, July 22, at 19:30 local time. Since many specifications have been revealed, we can safely say that we have something to look forward to.
Lenovo Legion Phone Pro on video
An official video with a new game beast has been released on YouTube. The video shows us beautifully what the front will finally look like 20 MPx sliding camera. In addition to a durable mechanism, it also lacks a proper style.
As expected and also shown in the video, the front, horizontally placed camera will be especially appreciated by mobile gamers, who will be able to easily and comfortably capture their face. Not only this section shows how much gaming gaming is taken seriously.
We know from other specifications that the front of the smartphone will be inhabited by a large one 6,67 "AMOLED display with a refresh rate 144 Hz and a sampling frequency of up to 270 Hz. The display resolution will be standard Full HD +.
In terms of performance, the smartphone will be powered by nothing but the most powerful Snapdragon 865 Plus. It will second up to in the highest configuration 16 GB RAM RAM LPDDR5 a 512 GB internal UFS 3.1 storage.
The rear, middle-mounted pair of cameras will consist of the main one 64 MPx sensor 16 MPx wide angle lens. The device will have special capacitive buttons, premium speakers or a quality two-axis vibrating motor.
The battery in the Lenovo Legion Phone Pro smartphone will have capacity 5000 mAhwhich will undoubtedly ensure respectable endurance. It will also please you ultra-fast 90 W charging. The smartphone will include a pre-installed Android 10 with its own user extension.
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