Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 – Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 Specs and Price

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 – Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 Specs and Price

Lenovo has now launched their latest Android gaming phone, and the smartphone is given the name the Legion Duel 2. The Legion Phone Duel 2 has the aim of not just delivering the power for full mobile gameplay, but the media credentials that modern streamers are looking for.

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2

The unusually shaped smartphone includes a twin-fan cooling system and possesses a much larger-than-average battery, to keep its maximum speed much longer.

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 Specs and Price

Display

The smartphone has a 6.92-inch 20.5:9 aspect AMOLED display. It has a resolution of 2460 x 1080, with a 144 Hz refresh rate and 8-bit HDR support. Lenovo makes use of a 720Hz touch sampling rate, too, for much faster response times.

The smartphone brightness is 800 nits standard, with a 1,300 nits peak, and there’s 111.1-percent DCI- P3 color gamut coverage plus HDR10+ certification. The smartphone protection glass is the Gorilla Glass 5, and the whole phone tips the scales at 259 grams.

Processor

Inside it possesses a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888, with either 12Gb, 16GB, or 18GB of LPDDR5 memory which is rare in most smartphones. The storage of the smartphone is either 256GB or 512GB. For more connectivity, the smartphone is accommodated with a 5G, Wifi, and Bluetooth, and the Legion Phone Duel 2 runs Lenovo’s ZUI 12.5 based on Android 11.

You get to possess the fastest chipset that the world has to offer, of course, and you will still receive a mediocre performance if you do not handle the heat of the smartphone. Lenovo makes use of active and passive cooling, with a vapor chamber liquid cooling, then twin turbo-fans in other to really maintain the temperatures down. Both the intake fan and the output fan possess 29 blades apiece, the former that is running at 12,500 rpm and the latter at 15,000 rpm. They make around 27 dB at 30cm distance, as stated by Lenovo.

Ever since the legion Phone Duel 2 was designed to be held horizontally, like a Nintendo Switch, Lenovo has included the processor in the center away from the gamer’s fingers. The phone also possesses 8 virtual buttons, including four ultrasonic shoulder keys, two rear capacitance screen touchpoints, and two in-display force touchpoints. Lenovo is also making use of a new Dual HaptiX dual-X-axis haptic vibration motor system, for much better accurate touch feedback.

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Camera

Has a pop-out 44-megapixel selfie camera that comes with an 84-degree lens that pops out of the side of the phone – This means it is positioned right for you when you wish to stream yourself while playing a game – and there is also an onboard background removal, real-time overlay and effects generation, and virtual avatars.

The smartphone rear cameras meanwhile possess a 64-megapixel f/1.9 wide-angle and a 16-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide. There is also an HDR10+ video recording at 4k/30fps or 8k video recording at 24fps.

Speaker and Audio

On the side of the smartphone, you would find a dual front-facing speaker with 7-magnet drivers and dual smart amplifiers, including a Dolby Atmos support. Four microphones including features like background noise reduction, and it possesses 48 kHz / 16-bit output support via USB-C.

Battery

For The smartphone battery power, it has dual 2,750 mAh batteries for a total of 5,500 mAh. Dual 90W USB-C charging ports on the gaming phone side meaning that 17 minutes plugged would get you 4,500 mAh of charge, just as stated by Lenovo.

Availability and Price

In China, where it will receive the name Lenovo Legion Phone 2 Pro, would be available for sale in April; availability in the Asia Pacific and Europe will follow in May. The smartphone comes at the price of 999 euro ($1,160) for the 16GB/512GB configuration and with a bundled charging dock, while the 12GB/256GB version without the dock will be priced at 799 euro ($930).

Lenovo is still deciding if they should bring the smartphone to North America.

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