Looks like Lenovo Legion will be joining the gaming smartphone foray alongside rivals such as ASUS ROG and Razer. The company has released two teasers on Weibo confirming that it is developing a gaming Android phone of its own.
The first teaser reveals that the upcoming Lenovo Legion smartphone will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. Unsurprisingly, this also indicates that the device will be 5G enabled.
The second teaser did not reveal any specifications, but suggests that the Lenovo phone will have a running score of more than 600,000. This is referring to the recent AnTuTu score given to the Xiaomi Mi 10, which also features a Snapdragon 865.
Nothing else is known about the phone, but it’s likely that it will feature better hardware. In order to outdo the Mi 10, the Lenovo Legion phone should feature a 120Hz or better screen and 16GB of RAM.
Speculations aside, we’ll keep you posted once Lenovo decides to reveal more information regarding its first gaming smartphone.