At the innovation and technology conference, Lenovo showcased a transparent version of its first gaming smartphone, the Legion Duel. The stylistics of the device resembles the Explorer versions of the flagship smartphones Mi 8 and Mi 9 from Xiaomi. By the way, the current Mi 10 was left without a “transparent” version of Explorer.
However, unlike Xiaomi Explorer Edition, in which a decorative panel with dummy chips was installed under a transparent cover, Lenovo Legion will really allow users to see the components from which the smartphone is assembled. Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s China mobile division, said a transparent version of the Legion Duel will be on sale soon.
As a reminder, Lenovo’s first gaming smartphone was revealed to the public in August this year after a long period of rumors and leaks. In terms of specs, the Legion Duel features a 6.65-inch AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The smartphone was the first device based on the improved Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ flagship platform. The phone boasts a 5,000mAh battery and support for 90W fast charging.
With regard to software “chips”, the device can offer users the Game Acceleration Engine mode, which significantly increases the gaming performance of the smartphone. The device costs $ 521, but the price of the transparent modification has not yet been announced. There are speculations that its launch will take place closer to the big sale on November 11.
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