Recently, Lenovo had begun ramping up their marketing campaign for the company’s upcoming Legion flagship phone. The teasers released by the company so far had confirmed that the device will be utilizing the latest Snapdragon 865 platform and would feature an incredible 90W fast-charging support.
Apparently, its insane specs will be accompanied by an outlandish phone design as well. Courtesy of the folks over at xda-developers, we’re now able to have a look at the device’s front and rear design which we would say, is completely different from most of the smartphones we’d seen so far.
Starting with its front panel, the new Legion smartphone sports an incredibly high screen-to-body ratio with minimal bezel along its sides. This is due to the fact that the device will not be utilizing any dewdrop-notch or hole-punch design to house its selfie camera.
Instead, the device will be employing a never seen before, side pop-up camera mechanism to house its selfie camera along with a LED flash. At first glance, the design seems a little awkward and unsightly – but that’s probably because we’re still not use to such design.
Over at the back, the device also features a dual-camera setup which is located near the center of the back panel. That’s also another uncommon design language which sets this device apart from other smartphones.
Besides unveiling the design of the upcoming Lenovo Legion smartphone, some of the device’s key specs was revealed as well. If the information is accurate, then we can expect the device to feature a FHD+ front display which supports a buttery-smooth 144Hz screen refresh rate and 270Hz touch sampling rate.
Its rear cameras are expected to include a 64 megapixels main shooter which will be assisted by a 16 megapixels ultra-wide lens. This will be completed with a 20 megapixels selfie camera at the front.
Courtesy of its insane 90W USB-C fast-charging support, the device’s 5,000mAh battery could be refueled from 0 to 100% within a short span of just 30 minutes. This will be accompanied with a revolutionary cooling technology and dual-Stereo speakers.