Lenovo Legion Y90 runs by Master Lu benchmark with 18GB RAM and 1TB storage

Lenovo Legion Y90 runs by Master Lu benchmark with 18GB RAM and 1TB storage

Lenovo has been sharing teasers of Legion Y90 since the beginning of the year, but the gaming device is yet to achieve official status. From What Lenovo shared, this will be a performance beast and we have the first unofficial evidence of that.

The Lenovo L71061 was spotted in the Master Lu database and it is believed to be Y90. It achieved a running score of 1,110 thousand and a fluency running score of 202.84.

For reference, the iQOO 9, another 8 Gen 1 flagship, recently bagged the top spot on the Master Lu charts with a score of 1,070 thousand, the OnePlus 10 Pro scored 967 thousand and Realme GT2 Pro got 937 thousand.

The phone runs the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset as many other 2022 flagships, however, this one will have dual fans for sustained performance. As expected, the chipset is paired with 18GB RAM and 1TB storage.

The Lenovo Legion will be equipped with a huge 6.92” AMOLED display (1080p+, Samsung E4 screen) with 144Hz refresh rate, 720Hz touch sampling rate and HDR support. A company employee shared a screenshot showing that the chipset only got up to 38.9oC (102oF) after half an hour of gaming at 120 fps. That is to say that the Y90 will stand out with its sustained performance (but it does seem to have a small edge in peak performance too).

By the way, there should be tamer versions, the spec sheet published by TENAA mentions 8, 10, 12 and 16 GB RAM paired with 128, 256 and 512 GB storage capacities. The device should have a sizable 5,300mAh battery (or bigger) and weight a beefy 252g.

There is still no clear evidence of when Lenovo will announce the Legion Y90.

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