Device manufacturer Lenovo is making its Legion Phone Duel to the Philippines starting November. Specially built for hardcore mobile gamers, the Legion Phone Duel is designed with a “revolutionary” Dual Technology Architecture to withstand heavy and prolonged use.
According to Lenovo, the Dual Technology Architecture approach shaped the major elements of the Legion Phone Duel, starting with its power circuitry.
The Lenovo Phone Duel runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus Mobile Platform and is equipped with 5000mAh — 2500mAh each. It also has advanced 5th gen memory chips with up to 16GB LPDDR5 high capacity RAM and ample storage up to 512GB. The gaming-grade 6.65-inch display has a 144Hz refresh rate and 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution. The display’s interactivity is further enhanced by its 240Hz touch sampling rate for instant response to finger movements.
Legion Phone Duel allows dual live streaming with its 20MP pop-up front camera. It takes just 0.5 seconds to be activated or retracted. Gamers who need to broadcast your voice and facial reactions can simply activate the pop-up front camera to simultaneously overlay the gamer’s image on-screen. This feature is compatible with popular streaming apps.
The Legion Phone Duel has a specially customized interface that maximizes the landscape orientation of the phone.
Legion Realm is the phone’s central dashboard where gamers can tweak hardware performance settings, scroll through downloaded games, and select the enabled network that promises to give the best connectivity at that moment through WLAN, 5G, or Wi-Fi 6.
The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel will be available at authorized Lenovo resellers in the Philippines starting Nov. 1, 2020. Prices will be revealed later this month.