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Lenovo’s next gaming phone will have 144 Hz display, 44MP pop-up selfie

Lenovo has been selling gaming PCs under the Lenovo Legion brand since 2017, and last year the company expanded into the gaming phone market with the launch of the Lenovo Legion Phone with features including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, 144 Hz AMOLED displays, 90W fast charging, and a pop-up selfie camera that rises from the […]

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Lenovo launches the Legion Phone Duel gaming smartphone for $500 and up (in China)

Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone is here… and by here I mean if you happen to be in China. The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel is a smartphone with a 144 Hz AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, 90W fast charging, an a pop-up selfie camera (on the side of the phone). It’s launching in China […]

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Lilbits 395: Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone, Origin’s new gaming laptops, and a new Oculus Quest VR headset

Lenovo’s been teasing its upcoming Legion gaming phone since late last year. Now the folks at xda-developers have obtained a few promotional videos for the upcoming phone, and they’ve posted a few pictures that give us an idea of what to expect… and it seems like we should expect a weird phone. Among other things, […]

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This is Lenovo’s Legion gaming smartphone (leaks)

Lenovo’s Legion line of products currently includes gaming desktop and laptop computers. But this year the company plans to launch the first Legion smartphone. We already know that it’ll be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor… because Qualcomm told us as much in February. Now we also know what the upcoming Lenovo Legion gaming […]

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Lenovo may launch a Legion-branded gaming smartphone

Over the last few years we’ve seen a number of companies launch smartphones aimed at gamers with special features such as high screen-refresh rates, RGB lighting, active cooling (fans), and high-performance processors. Some of those phones have come from companies already best known for making phones. Others have come from companies known for their PC […]