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Here is a early look at Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone via official renders

17 July 2020 0

Lenovo's upcoming Legion gaming phone is currently the talk of the town, especially among those who want absolute gaming performance from their smartphones. It will be the company's first gaming smartphone which is why it is focusing a lot on the marketing and promotions ahead of the release. Lenovo has now shared official Legion Pro renders giving an early look at the product.

The first thing that one would notice on the Lenovo Legion Pro front panel is that there is neither a notch nor a punch-hole. It is a full-screen display with minimal bezels for an interrupt-free viewing experience. This is an important aspect for mobile gamers as they want to see everything that a game has to show. If you are wondering where is the front camera, it has a pop-up selfie camera but placed on the right side instead of the top.


The back panel of the phone has a design that someone would expect to see only in gaming hardware. There appears to be a dual-tone design where the top and the bottom part has a textured finish. The remaining part of the back panel seems to be featuring glossy finish with support for RGB lighting. This is also the portion that houses the dual-camera setup that looks like a pair of eyes.

The phone has Legion branding on the left side along with texts "Stylish Outside, Savage Inside" written in the center. It is clear that Lenovo is projecting the phone as the combination of both good looks and high performance. The phone is set for launch on July 22nd i.e. next week where we will get to know more about the phone.


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