The business has teased the Lenovo Legion Y70 online, exposing the look and some of the features of the phone. The smartphone will debut in August, according to a statement from Lenovo.
The company’s teaser graphic also displays the layout of the 50-megapixel triple-back camera module. With a flat rear panel and sides, the phone is visible in the Silver colour option.
It also demonstrates that the Legion Y70’s back camera will include OIS and support for 8K video recording. The Legion Y70 will be a thin smartphone, according to the manufacturer.
The Lenovo Legion Y70 smartphone has been teased by a Chinese business via the microblogging site Weibo. The smartphone will debut next month in August, according to the manufacturer.
The business showed off the smartphone’s back in the teaser poster. With a flat rear panel and sides, it is visible in the Silver colour option.
Additionally, the volume rockers are visible on the right spine. The Lenovo Legion Y70 may also have a metallic finish. It will have triple rear cameras with a combined resolution of 50 megapixels, optical image stabilisation, and support for 8K video recording.
LED flash is also a characteristic of the camera module. The manufacturer has not yet released all of the characteristics of the device, including information about when it will be made available in India and other countries.
An alleged Lenovo gaming smartphone known as Legion Halo was recently discovered on the benchmarking website Geekbench.
Soon later, a source allegedly uploaded online supposed screenshots and information about the smartphone.
Although the rear design and camera module of the rumoured Legion Halo were comparable to those of the Lenovo Legion Y70, it has not yet been determined whether these two smartphones are the same.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and 16GB of RAM are reported to power the Lenovo Legion Halo gaming smartphone. The phone has 8GB of RAM, but the same SoC, according to the Geekbench listing.
Full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) resolution AMOLED panel is reportedly included. The rumour also suggests that the Lenovo Legion Halo may come with 512GB of built-in storage.