Lenovo confirms ‘Legion 2 Pro’ name, Snapdragon 888 SoC and adjustable twin cooling fan for its gaming smartphone
The speed of the dual fans might be adjustable, as it has been mentioned in the post.
Lenovo has already started teasing its next-gen Legion-branded gaming smartphone. Recently, it dropped the first teaser on Weibo, indicating some new cooling technique for the upcoming handset. However, the details were not specified at that time. Now, in a separate Weibo post, the company has dropped another teaser, suggesting that it might feature active twin cooling fans, something never seen in a smartphone before. What’s more is that the post confirms the name of the gaming handset - Lenovo Legion 2 Pro.
The speed of the dual fans might be adjustable, as it has been mentioned in the post when roughly translated - “Double adjustable fan turbo cooling system”. It has been also confirmed that Legion 2 Pro will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor. However, the biggest question here is if Lenovo will launch the product outside China in the ‘Spring’ season, as it was mentioned while the first teaser was dropped.
As for other rumoured specifications, the gaming handset may also feature 16GB of RAM.One can even expect a large battery of at least 5,000mAh capacity, along with an AMOLED screen and 144hz refresh rate. The handset might also be pitched as an arch-rival to the Asus ROG Phone 5, which will launch in India on March 10. Apart from India, Asus will unveil the phone in the US, Germany, and Taiwan on the same date.
As revealed by DxOMark website, the ROG Phone 5 is expected to feature a secondary screen at the back along with the iconic Anime Matrix tech. We are yet to see what cooling system the company brings onboard this time.