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Lenovo reveals the Legion 2 Pro will have a 6.92-inch 144Hz display and a 5,500mAh battery

A new Legion 2 Pro teaser. (Source: Weibo)
A new Legion 2 Pro teaser. (Source: Weibo)
Lenovo is currently hyping the imminent launch of its second-gen gaming phone with some of its high-powered specs prior to this event. They include its generous FHD+ AMOLED display with its 144Hz refresh rate. It will be kept on with a 5,500mAh battery that will apparently charge at up to 90 watts (W).

The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro is an upcoming 2021 gaming phone that may have surfaced in leaked benchmarks that saw it beat a potential rival, the ROG Phone 5, ahead of its launch. The OEM has confirmed that, should those tips prove genuine, it achieved this with a top-end Snapdragon 888 SoC and up to 16GB of RAM.

The OEM has also been teasing the Legion 2 Pro with specs such as its display. Its new, 6.92-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel, with the 144Hz refresh rate that remains one of the most competitive in the mobile gaming industry, has also been confirmed.

Lenovo’s latest step in this pre-launch campaign involves hyping the Legion 2 Pro’s 5,500mAh battery, to be paired with an impressive 90W charging rate. Then again, the OEM has made this claim before with its first-gen Android gaming phone, only for it to turn out to mean a 45+45W dual-cell system. Then again, true 90W charging via a USB type C port is a little more plausible in 2021.

Despite all these new official leaks, Lenovo has left some mystery to clear up at the Legion 2 Pro’s April 8, 2021 debut. They include its chances of reprising its predecessor’s innovative landscape-oriented pop-up selfie camera, not to mention its price.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-04- 3 (Update: 2021-04- 3)