Lenovo Legion Y700 tablet with Snapdragon 870 holds up well in gaming comparison against Y90 phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Lenovo is continuing to tease its Legion Y700 tablet and Legion Y90 smartphone and this time the OEM has released a comparison of game FPS rates and temperature development. Obviously, the larger form of the Legion Y700 tablet helps keep it cool, but the Legion Y90 sports a dual-engine cooling system to aid with thermal regulation. The 8-inch tablet is fitted with a Snapdragon 870 processor while the smartphone has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip.
The first test (see images below) features the game Honor of Kings, which is run for 30 minutes on both devices for the comparison. The Y90 maintains a terrific frame rate of 119.8 FPS while hitting a warm but fine 39.2 °C. However, the SD 870 and its Adreno 650 can keep up with the SD 8 Gen 1 and Adreno 730 combination, with the Legion Y700 tablet managing a very similar frame rate of 119.1 FPS and even a lower temperature of 36.5 °C.
In The Original God, the Y90 phone utilizes its higher-specced SoC and custom cooling system to produce figures of 59.2 FPS and 42.2 °C, which the compact tablet cannot surpass. But once again, the Legion Y700 proves to be a mouthwatering prospect for gamers looking for an 8-inch tablet that offers power and performance without obstacles: The slate delivers 58.3 FPS at 44.5 °C. Lenovo has yet to reveal the price tags and release dates for the Legion Y700 and Legion Y90.