Lenovo Legion 2 Pro To Launch On April 8, Know Price, Specifications

Lenovo Legion 2 Pro will launch in China on April 8 with Snapdragon 888 chipset, 144Hz refresh rate, and a powerful dual rear camera set up. There is no clue about the India launch of the smartphone as of now.

Lenovo Legion Pro 2

Lenovo is soon going to take the gaming smartphone industry by storm with Legion 2 Pro that is all set to launch on April 8. The smartphone will be a successor to Legion Pro and will be exclusively available in the Chinese market only. The company has revealed in a teaser posted on Weibo that the smartphone will be backed by a 5500 mAh battery and will also support super-fast 90W charging. In terms of battery capacity, Lenovo Legion 2 Pro will have an offer a 10% bigger battery than its predecessor.

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Lenovo Legion 2 Pro Specifications: Expected

The smartphone will exhibit a 6.92 FHD+ AMOLED display along with a 144Hz refresh rate. The device will work on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and will be based on the latest Android 11 operating system. It will have 12GB RAM for an unmatchable speed while gaming and multitasking. Talking about the storage, users will get two options including 128GB and 256GB. Speculations are that the smartphone will also have a high end variant with 16GB high capacity RAM and 512GB internal storage.

Rumours are that the company will offer a dual rear camera set up in the device including a 64MP primary shooter and a 16MP secondary shooter. On the front users can see a 20MP selfie cam with various AI modes to capture top notch photographs. To boost performance while running heavy games, the smartphone will also have a dual turbo cooling system.

Pricing And Availability

Lenovo Legion 2 Pro will hit the Chinese market on April 8 as announced by the company. There are no reveals that throw light on the price of the smartphone. However, it may be priced around Rs 50,000. There is no idea if the smartphone will be launched in India or not.