Lenovo Legion Phone Duel release: SD865+ with two 2,500mAh batteries, starts from ~RM2,130
After all the rumours and teasers, the Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone is finally here and it is called Legion Phone Duel. Apart from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+, the company has also put in extra efforts to make the gaming phone a device that we've never seen before. Now, let's take a look at the tech specs and the features that will bring your gaming experience on a smartphone to the next level!
The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel sports a 6.65-inch display that comes with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch sampling rate. If you've been following up the rumours, you might have already known that the device will be having its pop-up front-facing camera being placed at the side. It turns out to be true as the 20MP sensor is believed to assist those who usually stream their gameplay. At the back, Lenovo is playing it safe with a dual-camera setup that includes a 64MP f/1.89 aperture lens and a 16MP 120-degree ultrawide lens.
Other than that, the device will also house two 2,500mAh batteries that support 90W fast charging in which the company intentionally put them that way to prevent the logic board and batteries from heating one another up. Not only the batteries have been separated to avoid the device from heating up, but there is also a "liquid cooling" copper pipe that will help to do the job. It is also worth mentioning that the device will come with two USB-C ports. For a better gaming experience, there are two ultrasonic trigger buttons being added as well.
As for the pricing, the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel will be available with 8/128GB for 3,499 Yuan (~RM2,130), 12/128GB for 3,899 Yuan (~RM2,374), 12/256GB for 4,199 Yuan (~RM2,557) and 16/512GB for 5,999 Yuan (~RM3,653). All of the models come with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS3.1 storage. If you want to know when will the device arrive in local market, it is unsure at the moment. However, it was announced that parts of Asia will be getting the device later this year, so there is a high chance that Malaysia is included.
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