Gaming devices, which have been on the rise recently, continue to add new ones to their product range. After the recently released ZTE nubia Red Magic 6 series, ASUS ROG Phone 5 series and two Xiaomi Black Shark 4 devices, now it’s Lenovo Legion 2 Pro’s turn.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro will officially be unveiled on April 8, lenovo’s gaming account on Weibo reported. Described as “a hero emerging to solve problems that others can’t solve,” the new flagship is foreseen to bring something unprecedented on mobile devices.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro’s Geekbench score revealed
The new Legion, which will be a continuation of the Legion Duel model released last year, is owned by Chen Jing, lenovo’s chief executive. It is considered “the most powerful, innovative and cool gaming phone in the world”.
The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, which appeared in the Geekbench database last week, will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, according to the details on the list. The model, which is also confirmed to have a capacity of 16GB of RAM, will come out of the box with the Android 11 operating system.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro scored 1130 points on the platform’s single-core test and 3779 on its multi-core tests. Details about Lenovo Legion 2 Pro in Geekbench are limited to these. But Chen Jin noted a few weeks ago that the device in question would make a real breakthrough in heat dissipation.
However, it has been claimed that the phone will use TSI Frost Blade technology with dual liquid cooling systems. The phone also features 14 temperature sensors that monitor heating in real time and activate the cooling system.
For now, the phone features, which are just allegations, are expected to be officially announced on April 8.