Legion Gaming Phone Pro with UFS 3.1 storage with LPDDR5 RAM
This morning, Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone officially announced that the world’s premiere of the Legion gaming phone is Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus at 19:30 on July 22 Beijing time.
It adopts the next-generation mid-frame architecture, supports two-way liquid cooling and dual charging interface, and uses an FHD + resolution 144Hz screen. 16GB memory and 512GB body storage. At the same time, according to the official introduction, Lenovo’s Legion Gaming phone Pro will also adopt the UFS 3.1 storage with LPDDR5 RAM solution, supporting WI-FI 6 and dual-mode 5G.
Compared with the performance of Snapdragon 865, the performance of the Snapdragon 865 Plus launched by Lenovo’s Legion gaming phone Pro is increased by nearly 10%. The 865 Plus isn’t just an overclocked version of the so-called simple 865, it’s a completely redesigned processor with improved performance across the board. It brings superior gaming performance and allows the Legion gaming phone to maximize the gaming experience.
In addition to the frequency upgrade to 3.1GHz (Kryo585 CPU), the performance is also 10% higher than before (Adreno650 GPU). The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus supports WIFI-6 pr¹otocols, up to 3.6Gbps ultra-fast transfer speeds.
With a wide color gamut, Bluetooth 5.2, and a variety of video decoding formats, the Snapdragon 865 Plus is designed to give users a better experience of graphics performance. It still supports HDR gaming display, a feature that makes gaming scenes brighter and is standard on gaming displays.