Lenovo has teased the upcoming Legion Y700 gaming tablet many times, but it’s not the only gaming-focused Android device the company is expected to launch soon.
(Update, January 25: 22GB RAM and 640GB combined storage? The key specs of the Lenovo Legion Y90 have leaked out!)
(Update, January 22: The Lenovo Legion Y90’s teasers hint at a gaming accessory and a launch date.)
The brand has published a reveal video for the Lenovo Legion Y90, its next gaming phone due early this year. The teaser shows off the unit’s rear panel, which, like its predecessor, the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2, features the Legion branding in a horizontal orientation as opposed to a vertical position.
It’s still equipped with two rear-facing cameras located at the center of the backplate for better ergonomics. And the RGB-backlit Legion logo is surrounded by two physical spinning fans.
Though Lenovo only gives us a brief glimpse of the smartphone’s front panel, one could assume that the Legion Y90 will have a flat display. In any case, the screen will sport a slim bezel at the top and a speaker grill. There’s also a front-facing camera in a punch hole at the top-right corner for selfies.
Interestingly, it seems Lenovo will abandon the fancy motorized-camera design. It’s likely that the company has found a way to strengthen the frame of the handset, but at the cost of one of the Legion Phone Duel 2’s most unique features.
Lenovo previously revealed that the Legion Y90 will include a sizable 6.92-inch E4 AMOLED screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and a touch-sampling rate of 720Hz. The panel will also support HDR content.
Given the timing of the teaser, expect to hear more about the Lenovo Legion Y90 in the coming weeks.
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