As expected, Lenovo continues to reveal more and more details of its upcoming gaming phone each day. Yesterday, we got a glimpse of how well the Legion Pro gaming phone's dual-speakers could perform. But today is the big one, as we finally get to see what the phone looks like in a real-world scenario.
In its latest Weibo post, Lenovo revealed a short ad that showed the Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone in action. As you can see from the video (15-second mark), the phone's two rear cameras (64MP+16MP) have an unusual placement near the centre of the back. We also see the pop-up side-mounted camera that was rumoured a while back, which is now confirmed to be a 20MP front camera.
Aside from the cameras, parts of the display were also revealed. It's a standard flat display with very thin bezels that should support 144Hz and you can see the user's face on the screen. This suggests that there's some software included with the phone that will let you live-stream or record your gaming sessions.
With this, we know most of what this phone has to offer, but there could still be more reveals in the coming days. With that said, what do you think of the phone's camera setup, is it too unusual for you? Let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned to TechNave.com for more news.