Thursday, July 9, 2020

Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone bursts to the top of AnTuTu rating

Shortly before the expected presentation, the gaming flagship Lenovo Legion was tested in the AnTuTu mobile benchmark. The official account of the creators of the popular application on Weibo published the test results of an unannounced new product that demonstrated outstanding performance by the standards of Android devices.

According to the source, the final result of Lenovo Legion (L79031) was impressive - 648 871 points. The processor performance was estimated at 187,401, and the graphics accelerator at 246,980 “parrots”. When testing the health of the memory and user interface, the device received 114,314 and 100,176 points, respectively.

According to the publication, Lenovo Legion is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus mobile platform with integrated Adreno 650 graphics. The flagship processor consists of eight cores (1 x 3.09 GHz Kryo 585 Prime + 3 x 2.42 GHz Kryo 585 Gold + 4 x 1 , 8 GHz Kryo 585 Silver). The tested gadget also received 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a 512 GB UFS 3.1 standard drive.

According to network sources, the smartphone will be equipped with a display with a refresh rate of 144 Hz, Full HD + resolution and a built-in fingerprint scanner. The device is also credited with a 20-megapixel retractable frontal on the side of the case and a dual main camera with 64 and 16 megapixel sensors. Another feature of the gaming device, according to rumors, will be the support of 90 W power supplies.

The presentation of Lenovo Legion is scheduled for July 2020, the price of the smartphone is still not announced.