Lenovo has introduced its new gaming smartphone Legion Dual 2 with stunning features.
The Legion Phone Dual 2 has a 6.92-inch OLED display with a 144 Hz refresh rate and 720 Hz touch response rate, while HDR10 Plus support is available.
The phone doesn’t have a bezel because it doesn’t have a selfie camera screen, but a 44-megapixel lens with a pop-up design on the side.
The special features of this phone are 2 batteries, 2 USB ports, dual cooling fans, dual liner motors and 2 ultrasonic shoulder triggers.
As it is a gaming phone, it has extra controls i.e. 2 Force touch points are present in the display while Ultrasonic Triggers is in the side frame and a pair of Capestive keys is present on the device.
The design of the back of the phone is also unique, with 2 square designs in the middle for a Glass Island camera setup.
The 2 fans inside the phone work to dissipate the heat generated in the phone and the thermal efficiency has been improved by 30% compared to the Legion Phone 1.
The phone is equipped with Snapdragon 888 processor with 12, 16 and 18 GB RAM and 256 to 512 GB storage options.
The two batteries of the phone have a total capacity of 5500 mAh which is divided into two 2750 mAh cells.
One charging port achieves a charging speed of 65 watts, while the use of both ports can reach 90 watts and a simple charging is possible in just 30 minutes.
According to the company, games can be played for 8 hours continuously on full charge and yes 5G support will also be provided.
This phone combines Android 11 operating system with ZUI 12.5.
The back of the phone has a dual camera setup with a 64-megapixel main camera and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera.
The phone will be available in China by the end of April and in Europe in May. The model with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage will cost 799 euros (more than 145,000 Pakistani rupees), while 16 GB RAM and 512 GB The Vala version will be available for 999 Euros (over 181,000 Pakistani rupees).