Lenovo Legion 2 shows up in live images, reveals how built-in fans will look
We also see the rear camera placed somewhere at the centre instead of the usual top centre or top left position.
Lenovo has revealed some tid-bits on its upcoming Lenovo Legion 2 and Legion 2 Pro smartphones. Besides revealing the official launch date for China, the company has also given us information on the processor, dual fan cooling mechanism and the unusual sideways front-facing camera. Now, some live images of the handset have made their way to the web, courtesy Antutu's official Weibo page (via GSMArena).
The images show Legion 2 gaming smartphone series to feature an actual physical built-in fan at the back. We also see the rear camera placed somewhere at the centre instead of the usual top centre or top left position. This is also in line with the design that was carried by the predecessor.
The new handset is also sticking with the horizontal orientation as the USB-C ports are on the side, besides the volume rocker. What's also visible is that the gaming phone will have White sides. There are two rear cameras, a microphone, a dual-LED flash and the Legion logo at the centre.
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As per the company's recent teaser image on Weibo, the gaming handset is expected to feature twin-turbo fans to keep the machine cool and efficient. There will also be a liquid cooling chamber between the fans.
Some of the other confirmed features of the smartphone include a 6.92-inch Samsung E4 AMOLED display with a 2460 x 1080 pixels resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888.
According to a certification listing, the device is also said to boast of 110W fast charging tech. Also mentioned is that the side-popping front-facing camera will have a 44-megapixel sensor, which is speculated to use 4-is-ti-1 pixel binning to give you an 11-megapixel selfie image. The main camera is said to feature OmniVision's1/1.32-inch OV64A sensor with 64-megapixel resolution, which will give a 16-megapixel final shot. It is said to capture 4K videos at 120fps and 8K videos at 30fps.
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