Most Android gaming phones are considered high-end Android devices because they have improved screens, better cooling, and attractive designs. A number of Android phone manufacturers have been using these types of devices to push specs to the limit. They offer these devices with more RAM and storage than regular flagships. Moreover, the handsets don’t get access to better processors that the ones that power the latest flagships from Samsung, OnePlus, or Google. However, the new Galaxy S20, OnePlus 8 series and several other 2020 flagships already have amazing specs. Now, Lenovo is also looking to release its first advanced gaming device, supposedly called the ‘Lenovo Legion’. It is noteworthy that there are a number of smartphone manufacturers making gaming handsets.
The Lenovo Legion handset was featured in multiple leaks and the newest leak has disclosed a unique feature. It is a selfie camera mounted on the side of the device, popping up when you need it. The launch date of Legion gaming phone is still unclear. The handset will feature the same Snapdragon 865 chipset as the Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8. It will support a charging speed that’s not available on any other handset with 90W fast wired charging. The handset will feature 2 USB-C ports and your handset can be recharged while using for gaming in landscape mode. The phone will have fast LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.0 internal storage, and a Full HD screen that will support 144Hz refresh rate and 270Hz touch sampling rate.
Moreover, leaked images have shown the phone will have an all-screen design with no notch or hole-punch camera. A new leak from ‘xda-developers’ showed additional details in a video regarding the device. It indicates the selfie camera will sit in the middle of the phone, and pop-up when needed. Point to be noted that the pop-up selfie cameras were widely used before the appearance of a new hole-punch display design. But, the camera mounted on the side of the display in Lenovo Legion makes sense for landscape selfies, but it can be complicated when capturing images in portrait mode. The phone will have a dual-camera setup featuring 64-megapixel and 16-megapixel wide-angle cameras, on the back. So, most 2020 Android flagships might deliver great gaming experience and improved camera features.