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Sub-brand Legion to launch Lenovo's first smartphone gamer

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Sub-marca Legion deve lançar primeiro smartphone gamer da Lenovo

Chinese manufacturer Lenovo would be preparing to launch a gamer smartphone that would be sold by its sub-brand Legion. The device, of course, would be responsible for competing with devices already established in the market such as ROG Phone II and Razer Phone II.


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According to Tweak Town, this rumor originated from a post made on the Chinese social network Weibo. It's a teaser image with the "Legion by Lenovo" logo and the image of a high-end gamer smartphone in the hands of a user.

The post was made by a new account on the site, which was created under the legion branding. According to the publication, this profile is verified and is owned by "Lenovo Mobile Communications Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd".

Source: Lenovo

Of course the project is still at an early stage of development, so be careful not to take any of this information as accurate. A lot can change until a product launches.

Earlier rumors were that Lenovo was working on launching a high-end smartphone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset. So far, this device has not yet been announced and has not appeared on the market.

With the official announcement of the Snapdragon 865 and its availability coming in 2020, it is expected that Lenovo will deploy it on the Legion gamer smartphone. New details about the device are expected to be announced during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 or Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020.

Via: Tweak town
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