26 May 2021
Update: April 7, 2021
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro alleged live images have surfaced on Weibo that show the device from the front and the back as well. The back panel of the phone has a pretty unusual design. Lenovo chose to keep the dual camera setup right at the center of the back panel and left the top and bottom of the panel for mobile gamers so that they could grip the phone even better.
Inside the same camera module, Lenovo has kept the cooling fan that will liberate any heat in case of extensive usage.
The phone’s alleged front panel has no fancy arrangement. There is no notch, cutouts, whatsoever that could fit in the current trend. The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro has a thin bezel on the top and a little thicker bezel on the bottom. It is rumored that the phone carries a 44MP front camera.
There are no additional details attached to the Weibo post (via The Verge). You can follow the original post below to note some rumored specifications.
Original Post (April 5, 2021)
Last month Lenovo confirmed the launch date of its new Legion 2 Pro phone and a week later it started teasing the device more and more to make you familiar with it. Meanwhile, the device pit stopped at a couple of benchmarking sites to reveal those details that haven’t been officially uttered yet.
Referring first to the company’s official teaser, the Legion 2 Pro will feature the Snapdragon 888 processor from Qualcomm. The Geekbench listing had already revealed the chipset name but it is good to see the company itself is confirming it now.
Later on, more official teasers posted on Weibo revealed the phone is going to feature dual turbofan, a “world’s first.” Also, the phone will feature a 44MP pop-up front camera, a 5500mAh battery capacity with 90W fast-charging. It will run Android 11. One of the teaser posters also reveals the phone is going to carry a 6.92-inch E4 AMOLED display made by Samsung with a 144Hz refresh rate. The panel is going to have a 2460x1080 pixels resolution.
Now, the Master Lu benchmark has even confirmed some of the remaining key specs. The listing reveals the Legion 2 Pro will come in 16/512GB configurations and there will also be 12/128GB and 12/256GB to choose from.
Lenovo may continue to post more teaser posters until the launch date arrives. However, Lenovo has left nothing to imagination already. Let’s see what else this Legion 2 Pro gaming phone has in store for us.