By now, the cat is out of the bag that Lenovo is finally releasing a proper gaming smartphone off from its Legion series. What we don’t know is that the phone will be arriving with a Pro edition, one that is tipped to be even more powerful than the vanilla one.
Today, another development has taken shape, which corroborates previous speculations that the Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone series’ Pro variant will change the competition.
Lenovo General Manager Chen Jin revealed that the Legion gaming smartphone’s Pro model is slated to launch with the most impressive audio system.
Jin was particular to Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro and Black Shark 3 Pro, adding that the Legion smartphone’s speakers will be tuned better. He also shared that the speakers will have a “nice” symmetrical design in them.
The Legion gaming smartphone will also feature two forward-firing speakers, packing large cavities of 1.4 cc. The phone will also have an all-metal construction.
The speakers are also confirmed to be able to produce spatial sound. The sound type is crucial in games as the direction of sounds should give away key details such as the gamer’s opponent’s position.
Sans this sound, a casual gamer would often need to wear headphones to receive a good sense of direction, relative to the provided audio.
Both the regular and the Pro models are also expected to feature two X-axis linear motors. With these in tow, strong haptic feedback is within reach.
A recent leak also suggested that the regular Lenovo Legion phone is pegged to arrive with powerful speakers as well.
The Lenovo Legion gaming phone lineup is also speculated to sport an ultra-high 144Hz screen, Snapdragon 865+ chipsets, and 90W fast wired charging.
Qualcomm’s newly-minted Snapdragon 865+ chipset will also power the series. The other key smartphone set to be fueled by the chip is the ASUS ROG Phone 3.
Both the Lenovo Legion and the third-generation ROG Phone are scheduled to debut on July 22.
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