One of the persistent trends in recent years is design. Refined “gaming phone” (Sometimes very much) For mobile gaming performance, Lenovo built the Legion game brand last year, and according to a leak posted to Antutu’s Weibo account, it’s back with another design. This one is weird, even for a gaming phone.
The first Legion phones weren̵7;t exactly subtle, thanks to their gorgeous rear layout, center-mounted camera module. (So your hand won’t cover it when you play games) and a side-mounted pop-up selfie camera. The second generation’s leaked photos appear to be more explosive: the entire central module is raised with separate panels on both sides, creating a fuzzy grip reminiscent of Gameboy Advance. That center panel also has a small cooling fan built in, which is what other gaming phones reserve for accessories.
Outstanding pop-up selfie camera can’t be seen from behind. But there is something on the side of the phone, as seen in the image above. It looks like a cosmetic change since there is no hole for the front camera anywhere on the screen. The stereo speakers don’t seem damaged and they seem. The “ultrasonic trigger button” remains, as is the side-mounted USB-C port again. For playing games
The original Legion phones use a top-of-the-line processor, a monstrous dual battery that recharges at 90 watts, and a 144Hz screen with a 240Hz touch sampling rate.Assuming these leaks are genuine and the phone hit the market, you can at least expect. May have additional new techniques