Lenovo Legion 2 Pro Live Photos
Following the continued warm-up of the upcoming Lenovo’s Gaming Phone, today Lenovo Legion 2 Pro live photos exposed online exposing full gaming-grade design. Legion 2 Pro real-life photos exposed by AnTuTu Benchmark and Digital Chat Station. Let’s take a look first:
From the picture, the front of the Legion Legion 2 Pro features a full-screen design without water drops or bangs. This design style is friendly enough for gamers to not have to worry about the camera area affecting the integrity of the game screen.
Besides, the upper and lower bezels of the Legion 2 Pro are also relatively wide, for a gaming phone does not need to deliberately pursue a screen-to-body ratio, horizontal screen when holding such a design can effectively prevent the occurrence of accidental touch and other situations.
The back is still symmetrical, with a bulge in the middle of the back that has the feel of an Olympic podium, and the Legion faith light in the middle, which should support custom colors. The rear bulge also hosts a dual camera set-up with OV64A, 64MP 1/1.3″ large bottom supporting 8@30fps and 4K@120fps.
The phone has a fan inside, or the kind visible to the naked eye. Officially, the Legion 2 Pro has a dual-vent design, just like the bilateral exhaust of a large displacement car, allowing the phone’s internal and external heat exchange efficiency to be raised to an unprecedented high.
Officially, Legion 2 Pro will bring “eight gods key” confirmed in today’s warm-up post stating, “the “fast” multi-finger operation is a necessary skill to advance to a high level of play. If your phone is not smooth, let the player accommodate the device, both lose the fun, but also disrespect for the game. The eight gods key, eight new control dimensions, so that your brain of each god operation, is possible. No one is more dedicated to making a good gaming phone than we are.”
The Legion 2 Pro Gaming Phone will be officially released on April 8, with nothing more than a Snapdragon 888 mobile platform, LPDDR5 memory, and UFS 3.1 flash memory, so let’s wait and see.