Lenovo’s next gaming phone was leaked earlier this week, but the company is now officially unveiling details on a new device called the Legion Phone Duel 2 as a beast in every way with its screen sizes. 6.92 inches. This is a giant phone. two battery two USB-C port and two The fan actually spun, just as the shock of the camera gave us a little regret we had already spent. It’s a space station. ”Joke of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
Some of the features are taken from the original Lenovo Legion Phone Duel’s Android gaming phone, including dual USB-C ports and a pop-up selfie camera designed for streamer, just like the original Duel, Lenovo also. Maintain an unusual choice of placing the other two cameras in the center of the phone. But right now, the raised cameras have distinctive intake fans and hidden exhaust fans, each with their own vents.Lenovo says the modular design keeps heat out of your hands.
These fans, along with the vapor chamber, help the Duel 2 funnel cool air to and from the new Snapdragon 888 processor, up to 18GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512GB of UFS3.1 storage, running on Lenovo’s ZUI 12.5, which the company says is running Android 11.
The Duel 2 is available in either “Titanium White” or “Ultimate Black”, but it’s actually the camera bumps, Legion logo and fan holes that make the Duel 2 look like nothing else on the market except for the ultimate Asus ROG Phone 5 with a matte screen. Unusual back and fan accessory attached.Lenovo didn’t mention in the announcement whether the Dual 2’s colorful rear design is illuminated with customizable lighting. But even without light But it looks like it’s ready to take up someone’s desk space alongside an RGB-lit gaming PC.
On the front, the Duel 2 has a 2,460 x 1,080 144Hz high refresh rate OLED display with 800 nits (max 1300 nits) brightness, which should be more than enough bright for outdoor play. It’s also larger than its predecessor at 6.92 inches, up from a 6.65-inch display when viewing the screen horizontally.The Duel 2’s pop-up 44-megapixel selfie camera (up to 20 megapixels) can. Use it for live streaming or video chat just like the original Duel with background removal. The back still has a main 64-megapixel camera and a 16-megapixel Ultra Wide camera.
The pair’s two USB-C ports – one on the long side of the phone and the other at the bottom – can be used for fast 90W charging if you buy an optional adapter and Lenovo claims that using these ports is ready. Together, it can fill the phone’s 2,750 mAh battery in 30 minutes. Using two cables to charge the phone at once is a funny sight. But this kind of consideration goes out of the window when you buy the Legion Phone Duel 2.
Lenovo says a full charge will get you “up to 8 hours of non-stop gaming”.
The Duel 2 comes with 5G connectivity in this case, with support for both sub-6GHz and mmWave frequency bands in theory, offering faster video streaming and gaming, and dual-SIM support for dual connections simultaneously. To recreate some experience using the controller while you play, the Duel 2 also features four “shoulder” buttons that are activated via haptic feedback and an ultrasonic sensor on the sides of the phone, two capacitive touch points. On the back and two strong touches The dots on the display (Haptics are provided by a pair of linear motors, another where Lenovo decides there isn’t enough).
There are still a number of additional specs, so if you want the full picture, we recommend checking out Lenovo specs:
Overall, the Duel 2 is slightly more similar to its rivals.The Asus ROG 5 Ultimate also features multiple USB-C ports, a unique way to simulate a special button input, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor, and a clip-on cooling fan. As an accessory, Xiaomi Black Shark 4 Pro also has a magnetic physical button lift and fan accessory. And some gaming phones have built-in fans before, look no further than the Nubia Red Magic 3 for a travel-optimized cooling device.
As with many gaming phones, the key question might be availability.Lenovo plans to release the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 in China this month in China, and it will go on sale in Europe this May. The European model will retail for € 999 (about $ 1,186) with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage and the included charger, or € 799 (~ $ 948) for standalone phones with 12GB and 256GB respectively.
Lenovo has yet to announce whether the Duel 2 will come in the US.