Rumors have been on the rise of the Lenovo Legion Go, the company’s gaming handheld device. Now, leakster Evan Blass (or @evleaks on X) shared what looks like an official promotional video of the upcoming Lenovo Legion Go, the company’s gaming handheld revealing its specs and design.
Lenovo Legion Go
The Lenovo Legion Go, based on the video, pretty much corroborates the leaked photos earlier this month. This includes the kickstand and detachable controllers which the company calls ‘Legion TrueStrike Detachable controllers’.
Under the hood, the video confirms an AMD Ryzen Z1 series processor, the same chipset on the ROG Ally. It also features an 8.8-inch QHD+ display with a 144Hz Variable Refresh Rate and up to 2TB of expandable storage via a microSD card. Additionally, it features a 49.2Wh battery and lightning-fast charging.
The video also showcases accessories like a stand for the detachable controllers and Legion Glasses, the company’s AR Glasses. The latter is expected to launch alongside the Legion Go.
Watch the teaser below:
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