Lenovo Legion Duel gaming phone to launch in India pretty soon

There are a huge number of smartphone manufacturers all over the world. But only some of them are capable of making the most powerful gaming smartphones. Lenovo is one of those companies. Lenovo has launched its Legion Duel gaming smartphone in China and Europe back in August and it is one of the most powerful gaming handsets in the market, having the latest SD 865+ chipset paired with 16GB of RAM. But as of now, this phone is available only in China and Europe.

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Another news has just come out recently that Lenovo is looking forward to launching this Lenovo Legion Duel gaming smartphone in India pretty soon. The product page for the Lenovo Legion Duel has gone live on Lenovo India’s official website, by which we can expect that this phone is coming to India in the upcoming days.

The Lenovo Legion Duel Gaming phone is the first smartphone of the Legion series of Lenovo. Let’s just check out what are the specifications this powerful gaming smartphone possesses. This phone features a 6.65-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 144Hz. As mentioned earlier, this phone is powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 Plus flagship processor and it is the first model in the world to use this chipset. In terms of battery, this phone is fueled up by a huge 5,000mAH battery with the support of 90W fast charging. Apart from this, this phone has a game acceleration engine (GAE), and to enable it you have to long-press the ultrasonic buttons on both sides. This will make your gaming experience more enjoyable.

Coming to the pricing and availability, the Lenovo Legion Duel Gaming phone has a starting price tag of 3499 yuan (~$521) for the 8GB RAM variant in China. In terms of the 16GB/512GB variant, this smartphone is priced at 999 euros (~$1,170) in Europe.

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