Stable Legion Y90 and Legion Y700 Gaming Performance
In recent times, Lenovo has been repeatedly warmed up for an upcoming gaming phone and tablet, Lenovo Legion Y90 gaming phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and a small-sized tablet with Snapdragon 870 processor, which can bring lower power consumption and lower heat while maintaining top performance.
Today, Lenovo released the game test data of the stable Legion Y90 and gaming tablet Legion Y700. The first is the 120 high frame rate test of “Honor Of King”. The Legion Y700 tablet was stable at 119.1fps throughout, with a maximum surface temperature of 36.5°C (room temperature 23°C). The Legion Y90 phone was stable at 119.8fps throughout, with a maximum surface temperature of 39.2°C. The temperature performance of the tablet was a bit better.
In another open-world game, “O GOD” (presumably “Original God”), the Snapdragon 8 Gen1’s advantage was evident, with the Y90 phone achieving a steady 59.2fps compared to the Y700 tablet’s 58.3fps. In terms of temperature, the Y90 “Dual Engine” has a greater cooling advantage, with a maximum of 42.2°C (23°C room temperature) compared to the Y700 tablet’s maximum of 44.5°C.
Legion Y90 gaming phone has 3C entry certification and supports 68W super-fast charging. The phone has a built-in active cooling turbofan, a rear-centered dual camera lens, and a glowing RGB Legion Big Y logo in the middle.
According to previous news, the Legion Y700 gaming tablet features an 8.8-inch, 2560 × 1600p high-definition screen with a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and supports a 120Hz high refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate. At the moment, Lenovo has not announced the release date of the two devices.