In 2020, Lenovo introduced a new Legion series gaming phone. It started when images appeared on the web and soon a trailer appeared on Weibo. It was hinted that it came with a 144Hz screen and a liquid cooling system. It came out as the other mobile gaming powerhouse and almost a year later, we heard about a possible follow-up. We haven’t really heard from the device since its launch in July, but it seems to be a hit.
The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro has been spotted online. It is said to come with an improved camera system that includes a 44MP selfie camera via a pop-up mechanism. The next-gen gaming phone is expected to offer a huge improvement over the original version, starting with the selfie shooter.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro updates it will be significant. The 44 MP selfie camera is a huge upgrade from the Legion Pro’s 20 MP front camera. A poster has also been seen telling us what other features and specs we can expect.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro Features
When it comes to images, there will be a 64MP main camera that can record 8K video at 30fps or 4K video at 120fps. The side pop-up camera design isn’t exactly new. It is similar to what we saw last year. It is also motorized.
We can also expect a large, flat 6.92-inch FHD + AMOLED display with 720Hz touch sampling and a 144Hz refresh rate. Other specs and features include 16GB of RAM (max), Snapdragon 888 chipset, storage 512GB (max) and a 5500mAh battery. The latter will come with a 90W fast wired charge.
Review the live images spotted before launch:
When it comes to images, there will be a 64MP main camera that can record 8K video at 30fps or 4K video at 120fps.
The official launch of the new Lenovo Legion 2 Pro will be in a couple of days, on April 8 in China. The global launch is still unknown, but we assume it will happen.