A visual posted on the Chinese social network Weibo suggests that Lenovo could launch a Legion branded gaming smartphone very soon.
Lenovo would squint on the side of smartphones for video games. The Chinese number 1 PC maker is keen to expand the horizons of its gaming range – Legion – and would be preparing to launch a product powered by Qualcomm 865 5G processor.
In any case, this is shown by an image posted by him on the social network Weibo (visible below) where the reference of the ARM chip appears and just behind, the logo of the Legion range (the inverted Y red).
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If Lenovo enters the dance of gaming smartphones, ROG Phone II from Asus, the BlackShark II, the Razer Phone 2 or the Nubia Red Magic have to worry about because the strike force of the brand can be terrible. An Android tablet is also not to be excluded, but Lenovo is unlikely to choose this format to appeal to gamers. Especially in Asia.
Because, one can completely wonder if this device will be confined only to the Asian market, as is currently the case for Lenovo smartphones? Or will he also make a foray into Europe under his own identity or hidden under the guise of a Motorola? The answer in a few weeks. The best.