Real images of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro show an unexpected design

Real images of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro show an unexpected design
Real images of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro show an unexpected design
After recurring news about the next gaming phone from Lenovo, today we finally have real photos of the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro exposed online, revealing the complete design of the new gaming phone. The real photos of the Legion 2 Pro were exposed by AnTuTu Benchmark and Digital Chat Station.

From the image, the front of the Legion Legion 2 Pro features a full-screen design without water drop notches or the like. This design style is perfect so that players do not have to worry about the area of ​​the camera which affects visibility on the game screen. In addition, the Legion 2 Pro’s top and bottom bezels are also relatively wide, as a gaming phone does not deliberately need to follow an extraordinary screen-to-body ratio, these margins can prevent accidental touches and other uncomfortable situations that can harm the gaming experience. The back is symmetrical, with a protuberance in the center of the rear surface that allows it to be held securely, and a light with the Legion logo in the middle, should allow for personalized colors.

The rear protrusion has a 64MP 1 / 1.3 ″ dual-chamber OV64A configuration with support at 8 to 30 fps and 4K at 120 fps. The phone has a fan inside for effective cooling. Officially, the Legion 2 Pro has a dual ventilation design, which allows for high efficiency in the internal and external heat exchange of the phone to an unprecedented level.

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