While I can’t confirm it, I suspect someone in the phone department at Lenovo is a huge fan of Vin Diesel films. Why? Well, It seems like Lenovo just released a gaming phone inspired by 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Lenovo doubles its follow-up efforts from last year Legion gaming phone with a Ton of different components. ThThe new Legion Phone Duel 2 is Get two USB-C ports, two batteries, double triggers, and two fans while maintaining the same funky side-mounted pop-up.to selfie cam. If there ever was a phone that embodied the SPIThis is the ritual of a tuned and souped-up Nissan Skyline it.
In Europe, the Legion Phone 2 costs from 799 euros a Snapdragon 888 chip, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. However, you can upgrade to a bundle with 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage and an including charging station for 999 euros. You also get a massive 6.92-inch, 2460 x 1080 AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and an extremely high touch sampling rate of 720 Hz that should offer some of the most responsive touch controls available today. And then there is the dual lens camera with one 64 MP main and 16 MP ultra wide angle lenses.
However, what impresses me the most is the length that Lenovo has spent enhancing all of the other gaming features on the Legion Phone 2. If you look at the back you can see the Legion Phone 2’s The camera bump is in the center of the phone, not closer to the top like you would on a regular handset.
This serves several purposes: N.Not only does that mean you’re holding it in the landscape orientation (so you’ll almost certainly be holding it while you’re holding it) Gaming) There is less chance that you will touch up those two rear cams with fingerprints and Cheeto dust, but that The large central camera hump also provides a channel for the twin of the phone Turbo fan to push the hot air out more easily. And of course you can’t have fans without a gaming device RGB lighting, so Lenovo threw that in too.
T.This center section also houses the Legion Phone 2’s 44 MP pop-up selfie camera, which rises to the side (or in landscape mode at the top), making it easier for you to capture selfies or livestreams while gaming. Inside, Lenovo uses two batteries (one on each side) to deliver a combined capacity of 5,500 mAh, which is 10% larger than before. And for times when you need to recharge quickly, The Legion Phone 2 even has two USB-C ports that can be connected at the same time for super-fast wired charging with 90 watts.
The real party trick of the Legion Phone 2, however, is the support of eight different touch-sensitive buttons: four on the shoulders, two on the back and two “Force Touchpoints” shown on the display. According to Lenovo, these touch buttons have been placed to naturally match the position where you rest your fingers when holding the phone in landscape orientation, adding extra controls without the need for an extra gamepad accessory like one Razer Kishi.
We recently saw a number of company gaming phones such as Asus, Xiaomi, Nubiaand others, and yet the Legion Phone 2 could be the most unique handset of all. It is I really focused on maximizing the potential of a mobile gaming phone. I even like the two finishes that Lenovo offers, with the Legion Phone 2 looking particularly chic in titanium white.
Unfortunately, Lenovo says that the availability of the Legion Phone 2 in the US is still “to be determined”. So if you really want one, you may need to import one from China or Europe, which will receive the phone in April and May, respectively.