There are not many smartphone companies that have developed a smartphone only for gaming. However, there have been smartphones like the Asus ROG smartphone and the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2, which have been developed specially to provide the best gaming experience. We finally have news from Lenovo that we might see the launch of a new generation gaming smartphone, which will be the successor to Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2. The details were tweeted by Evan Blass, where he has shared two render images of the smartphone along with some details.
The smartphone seems to have dropped the Duel branding and will be named Legion Phone 3 Elite and Legion Phone 3 Pro. The phone is also expected to have a massive 9.92-inch AMOLED screen, which will also have support for a 144Hz refresh rate and 720Hz touch sampling rate. It will be powered using the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and will be backed up with two batteries of 2,800 mAh each, which in total is 5,600 mAh. The phone will also support 68W fast wired charging, two USB Type-C ports, dual HaptiC vibration, twin fans, and Dolby Atmos-certified speakers.
It is also expected that the top-end variant of the smartphone can come with up to 18GB of RAM and a minimum of 12GB RAM. It has also been revealed that the high-end variant might come with 128 SSD, but the exact details about it are still not clear. The phone will also have a rear camera setup, eight virtual buttons, and RGB lights all around. The Pro variant of the smartphone will also come with a leather case, The smartphone is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2022. At the same time, Lenovo is also working on a new gaming smartphone, codenamed “Halo“.