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Lenovo teases new gaming shoulder buttons along with the Legion Y90

Lenovo has just teased a brand new gaming accessory on its official Weibo account. The company is preparing to launch new mobile gaming shoulder buttons, which are set to release alongside the Legion Y90.

The Legion Y90 is an upcoming gaming smartphone, with shooter titles such as Peace Elite and PUBG Mobile being the top games in the market, shoulder buttons have become immensely popular and a staple for gamers.

The shoulder buttons have a service life of 3 million clicks and they use a metallic design. The Chinese smartphone maker built the shoulder buttons to give you the feel of a gaming mouse that is popular in PC gaming.

With the launch of the Legion Y90, the teaser suggests that it will support the Y90 and launch along with it. Speaking about the smartphone, it has a 6.92″ AMOLED E4 panel offering a Full HD+ resolution, a 144Hz refresh rate, and a 720Hz touch sampling rate.

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The device will come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. It also has an active air cooling fan, so the company has placed a primary focus on the gaming experience.

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