Lenovo has already announced the Legion gaming phone will be released in July. Today, the phone has been spotted on the AnTuTu benchmark, which has revealed the specification and performance of the phone.
Antutu has exposed the benchmark photo fo the phone. According to the photo, it can be seen that the phone is powered by the unannounced “Snapdragon 865+” chipset, which will be a little upgrade over the standard “SD 865”. The new chipset will use the same GPU, “Adreno 650”.
The upcoming phone with a model number of L79031, it has scored a total of 648871 points (187401 CPU + 246980 GPU + 114314 MEM + 100176 UX), which is the highest Android device score ever. The phone was also running the latest Android version.
The new “Snapdragon 865+” is an octa-core processor with 1x 3.09 GHz Kyro 585 Prime, 3x 2.42 GHz Kyro 585 Gold, 4x 1.8 GHz Kyro 585 Silver. Moreover, the phone is also equipped with a 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage of 512GB. The phone also supports a 144Hz screen refresh rate.
The phone supports super-fast charging technology up to 90 watts. It may be the first phone ever with dual X-axis linear motor. Other specifications of the phone are also mentioned in our previous articles.
The phone will be available in 16+512GB storage variant and maybe more variants with less storage. The phone is set to be launched this month. Moreover, the company has not given any confirmed date of launch.