We earlier reported that Chromebooks will be making a comeback on the local scene, courtesy of Lenovo Philippines launching a trio of Chrome OS-based laptops in the country. Recently, Lenovo’s local arm has confirmed the three models that will be sold here — and it turns out we were right about them.
Here’s some good news for hardcore mobile gamers in the country. Legion Philippines has indicated that the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel will launch in the Philippines, more than a month after making its debut in China.
Mainstream Chromebooks are making a comeback on the local scene, thanks to Lenovo Philippines. In a recent social media post, the company has announced plans to bring in three Chromebook models in the country.
Lenovo has taken the wraps off its first gaming phone. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel (this seems to be the final global name, according to a press release the company sent to Western media), the world’s first Snapdragon 865 Plus device.
Lenovo has just launched its VIP service for owners of Legion products in the Philippines, including laptops and tower PCs. Those who are eligible to join The Empire will be granted access to Legion merchandise and VIP entry to future events and will get up-to-date news and information about the brand.
We’re just four days away from the July 22 launch of Lenovo’s first gaming smartphone from its Legion line. But as early as now, you can already see what it looks like.
The battle is set. Lenovo’s first gaming handset is also launching July 22, the same day the ASUS ROG Phone 3 will be unveiled.
Gaming smartphones are all the rage these days. And two of the upcoming models that are generating more buzz than usual are the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone.
After teasing the local launch of the Lenovo K5 Play with a P3,990 (around $79) price tag, as well as the Motorola RAZR 2019 flip phone, Lenovo Philippines has hinted at the release of two more smartphone models on May 23.
After teasing the Motorola RAZR 2019 foldable phone earlier, Lenovo Philippines has fired up the rumor mill once again.