After months of anticipation, we finally have an official launch date for the Lenovo Legion. According to the company, we’re going to see its first gaming phone on July 22, in China. Interestingly, it’ll clash with ASUS ROG 3 that’s going also going official on the same date. So far, the confirmed specs of the upcoming phone are dual-45W for 90W fast charging, Legion UI skin, the new Snapdragon 865+ chipset, 14 temperature sensors, dual X-axis linear motors, two USB-C ports, and a whopping record-setting 648,871 Antutu benchmark score.
Based on previous listings and leaks, on Antutu, the Legion phone came with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB UFS 3.1 storage. It’s also said to expect FHD+ display with 144Hz refresh rate, 64MP main camera, 16MP secondary ultrawide, and 20MP pop-up selfie.
Given the strong push of Lenovo Legion lineup in the country, there’s a good chance that the upcoming gaming phone will become available as well. As for the price, we could expect at least around the P50,000 mark.