Lenovo Legion Halo certified on TENAA with SD 8+ Gen 1
We’ve been getting details about an upcoming Lenovo Legion gaming phone powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and now the device passed through China’s TENAA agency revealing its key specs.
Lenovo Legion Halo (model number L71091) will bring a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution (2400×1080px) and a centered punch hole cutout for its selfie camera. The back of the device features three camera sensors with a 50MP main shooter and a 13MP ultrawide module. The listed dimensions come in at 163.72×77.11×7.99mm and the device weighs 205grams.
The listing also confirms the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset at the helm aided by 8/12/16GB RAM and 128/256/512GB storage. The battery is rated at 4,880mAh though we don’t get any details on the charging speed. Lenovo Legion Halo will be available in both grey and silver colors and is expected to launch sometime between July and September this year.
Source (in Chinese)
- 12 Aug 2022
It's tiny for a Legion. I'd prefer it to be much bigger. So. Yes.
- 01 Jul 2022
You must like brick sized phones, don't you?
- 01 Jul 2022
I think this is a move from Google, with Android 13 and all, they'd tried to remove the external drive support (MicroSD, still OK through USB C though) and that's why more and more maker remove the support ... That's a PAIN in the A$$