The Lenovo Legion is coming sometime this month and now a new AnTuTu database entry offers some more information about it.
The model number of the devices tested is L79031. Based on the new benchmark result, it revealed that the Legion will come with a 2340 x 1080 px resolution display. There’s also 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage shown.
Source: AnTuTu on Weibo
What’s interesting about the Lenovo Legion is that it appears with an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865. The high-performance cluster here is clocked at 3.09GHz (normally clocked at 2.84GHz. This could likely be the rumored Snapdragon 865 Plus, but we still have no official word from Qualcomm.
The Lenovo Legion scored 648,871 points overall. According to AnTuTu, CPU performance of the new Lenovo phone is about the same as the Snapdragon 865, but there is a 13% improvement in GPU performance, which would make sense for a game-centric smartphone. With a UX score so high, AnTuTu speculates that the display might have a 144Hz refresh rate.
Based on the scores, AnTuTu believes that the new smartphone uses the new LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage – again quite reasonable choices for a top of the line gaming device.
Lenovo Legion as revealed by leaked promo materials
The Lenovo Legion has a dual camera setup centered in the middle of the back of the phone, and it will use an interface designed for landscape mode use. Even the selfie pop-up mechanism will slide out of the long-edge of the phone.
The Legion was rumored to support 90W fast charging, use dual linear vibration motors, and will come with two USB-C ports.