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Lenovo mobile gaming with the two batteries is coming!

Information about the first mobile phone has just been leaked Gaming Lenovo, Legion Duel, and it seems to have two batteries and a pop-up front camera.

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Lenovo mobile gaming with the two batteries is coming!

We have seen many unusual gaming mobiles like Nubia Red Magic 3, which among other things, contained one embedded cooling fan. But for its first mobile gaming, Legion Phone Duel, Lenovo has found a way to make an even more unusual device from what we have seen so far.

It's hard to decide where to start, so let's take a look at its most striking feature. The new gaming phone will support an emerging front camera, something that takes us back to 2018. We may have seen it on phones in the past, but the company has done something different.

The camera of 20 megapixel will slide upwards, from the side of the device, and will excite those who want to do streaming their games at Twitch.

Lenovo has also developed its design for mode landscape, while the Android 10 software that supports the mobile, includes modifications that facilitate orientation. It also includes two ultrasonic trigger buttons.

As for the other Legion Duel cameras, Lenovo has taken a safer path. In the main camera, the phone has two columns, consisting of a sensor 64 megapixel in combination with an aperture lens f / 1,89, and an infrared camera 16 megapixel with field of view 120 degrees.

Internally, the phone has the new processor Snapdragon 865 Plus of Qualcomm. The updated chipset has a processor that is 10% faster than its Snapdragon 865 counterpart, as well as a slightly more synchronized GPU. Gamers can buy Lenovo's new Legion Phone Duel with memory 12GB or 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB or 512GB fast UFS 3.1 storage.

To keep the components high cool efficiency, includes a copper pipe "cooling liquid», And uses two batteries separated from each other. Their lifespan is about a whole day, with "moderate use».

In some markets, the phone will be available with a charger 90W, while Lenovo says the adapter can charge both Legion Duel batteries from 0 to 50% in just 10 minutes. It takes 30 minutes to fully charge the batteries. The strange thing here is that it also has two doors USB-C.

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Lenovo mobile gaming with the two batteries is coming!

It is a device that focuses on games and has a smooth screen 6,65 inches 144Hz. If you want to connect your mobile phone to your game screen or TV, Lenovo lets you do it with Home, which allows you to pair the phone with a keyboard, mouse or controller.

Of course, if you are not interested in gaming, buying the Legion Duel can be a difficult decision. It will be available in China later this month, where Lenovo will release it as Legion Phone Pro. This will pave the way for markets in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and other parts of Asia later this year. Lenovo has no plans to sell the new phone in the US at this time, nor has it said how much it will cost outside of China.


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