The Lenovo Legion Y90's charging specs are allegedly revealed in a new leak
It may have taken 3 years, but Lenovo seems to have gotten its flagship mobile device naming scheme right with the Legion Y90, slated to launch with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor later in 2022. Now, it seems the device will launch with a battery that can charge at more or less the same speed as its predecessor.
To be more accurate, this may be the case if the "Lenovo L71061" freshly approved by the regulator 3C in China is indeed the Y90. It has been certified as a device that can charge at up to 11V/6.2A or 20V/3.4A, or approximately 68 watts.
This highly atypical collection of specs is not that far off the Legion Phone 2 Pro/Duel 2's 65W spec. Then again, it is not clear whether the Y90 will have its predecessor's ability to charge via 2 USB type-C ports for speeds of up to 90W.
Similarly, there is nothing concrete on the Y90's battery out there, although it is believed to be of 5,000mAh in capacity (again) at the least. This spec notwithstanding, the phone's UI is programmed to do next to anything to maximize screen-on time - if an alleged screen of its power-management settings shared by the tipster Lin Lin, is anything to go by, that is. It suggests that the upcoming flagship can reserve up to 57% of its battery after being in mixed (albeit non-gaming) use for 12 hours.