Lenovo Legion 2 Pro shows up in certification with up to 110W charging rate support
The firm is speculated to have split the battery into two equal power cells, with each being able to charge from a different USB-C port.
Lenovo has already started teasing the launch of its gaming smartphone, Legion 2 in China. While some of the specs have already been confirmed, some still remain undisclosed. And it looks like one of those features is the support for up to 110W charging rate. The firm hasn't announced it anywhere yet but the product has reportedly shown up in 3C certification (via Weibo), indicating that it will have dual USB charging like the previous version but with different speeds, resulting in a total of 110W.
The firm is speculated to have split the battery into two equal power cells, with each being able to charge from a different USB-C port. In the first generation of Legion Phones, both battery cells were able to support 45W charging speed. However, in this one the cells support 65W and 45W, which results in a total charging speed of 110W.
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In the certification, Lenovo L70081 is the model number of the upcoming gaming smartphone. It is worth adding that Asus ROG Phone 5 also has split battery cells this time for 65W fast charging support.
A few days ago, Lenovo confirmed the name of the handset in one of the Weibo posts - Lenovo Legion 2 Pro. The teaser also showed what seems to be dual fan support in the handset. It is being said that the speed of the dual fans might be adjustableIt 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 or not.
As per the rumours, the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro 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.