The Legion Y90, the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered smartphone in Lenovo’s lineup, debuted back in March. The upcoming device will be equipped with the brand-new SD 8+ Gen 1 platform, which was discovered by MySmartPrice on the Geekbench database. The phone carries the code name Lenovo Legion Halo.
The unit that ran the Geekbench test features 8GB of RAM, which apparently is on the low end of the spectrum for a Legion flagship. For instance, the Y90 comes with a base memory configuration of 12GB which goes up to 18GB of RAM.
A listing on 3C showed a phone bearing model number L71091, supporting 68W fast charging capability (similar to the Y90). If reports are to be believed, it should feature a 5,000mAh battery capacity.
In addition, a 6.67-inch pOLED panel with FullHD+ resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate, covers the front side of the device. With a 6.92-inch display and a 5,660mAh battery, the Y90 is larger than the Halo. In any case, there is also mention of a 256GB UFS 3.1 storage, a 50MP + 13MP + 2MP camera setup on the back, a 16MP camera on the front for selfie and video calls and other features.
In this year’s third quarter (July-September), Lenovo is expected to unveil the Legion Halo.
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