Prior to July 22 launch of the new Lenovo Legion Gaming Smartphone, it has been spotted in the Geekbench website with a 16GB RAM. The Lenovo launch event will begin on July 22 at 7:30 pm CST or 5 pm IST. This Legion smartphone is expected to come with Snapdragon 865+ processor and will compete with the Asus ROG Phone 3. Two beats from different brands will compete in the gaming smartphone segment.
The Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone is listed on Geekbench with the model number L79031 and is mentioned that it will run on Android 10 and pack 16GB of RAM. The device manages to acquire a score of 4,556 points on the single-core test and 13,438 points on the multi-core test.
Last month we have seen that the smartphone has passed through the 3C certification. Lenovo’s Legion gaming smartphone is rumored to have a large heatsink as well as an active cooling fan which is required for cooling the high clocked CPU and GPUs within the smartphone making it easier for them to give a better performance. Keeping both CPU and GPUs cool at the same time and releasing all the heat generated while gaming will improve the performance. So we believe it can really make a difference, even in relatively short tests like synthetic benchmarks.
According to some previous rumors, Legion smartphones will come with 5G connectivity as suggested by China’s 3C certification website. It also mentions that the charger will go up to 45W even though earlier teasers suggested the phone will support 90W charging. It is also expected that there will be multiple variants of the Legion phone, but the company confirmed back in April that all variants would have 90W charging. The smartphone will also feature a display with a higher refresh rate.
Lenovo has been teasing its upcoming Legion Gaming Smartphone which according to Digital Chat Station, a well-known tipster, will launch sometime in July. This smartphone is going to be a dedicated gaming smartphone as the company’s design and rumors suggest. According to the tipster, this upcoming Legion smartphone may outperform most of the Snapdragon 865+ chipset powered devices out in the market.