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Lenovo Legion Unboxing Video Posted, Teaser Reveals Dual Linear Vibration Motors
Lenovo Legion Unboxing Video Posted, Teaser Reveals Dual Linear Vibration Motors
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Lenovo Legion Unboxing Video Posted, Teaser Reveals Dual Linear Vibration Motors

Lenovo is expected to enter the niche of the gaming smartphone market with the upcoming Lenovo Legion later this month. The Lenovo Legion is rumored to have mind-blowing specifications. But today we have an official teaser suggesting the inclusion of dual linear vibration motor offering superior feedback for actions performed.

This new and improved vibration motor will ensure the gamers get m. ore depth to the feedback using the new dual x-axis linear motors. In addition to this tip, we have an unboxing video on the Lenovo Legion smartphone. The video shows us a glimpse of the back of the phone and the packaging itself. The packaging appears to be a kit for the media or an expensive edition of the phone judging from the looks. The design of the packaging mirrors the unique appearance of the smartphone itself.

For those of who you are not familiar with it, Lenovo Legion is expected to have many industry-first features. It is expected to be the first smartphone with a 90 Watt charger inside the box. This would be a feather in Lenovo’s cap as other companies have failed to commercialize charging speeds beyond 65W yet. It is expected to feature an overclocked version of Snapdragon 865 chipset, which might be called Snapdragon 865+. Other highlights could include, a pop-up selfie camera and two USB Type-C ports with the second one for connecting gaming accessories from the company and dual cameras in the rear.

What do you think about the Lenovo Legion smartphone? Will it be able to conquer the very niche gaming smartphone market and offer a comeback for Lenovo? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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