Lenovo Legion Play is an upcoming Android handled console

Michail, 04 October 2021

An interesting new leak appeared depicting a Lenovo Android handheld console. Legion Play will be Lenovo’s answer to Valve’s Steam Deck and Nintendo’s Switch lineup. Lenovo's console was intended to launch at MWC 2021 as evidence retrieved by Liliputing from Lenovo’s website shows though it remains a mystery why it didn't.

Lenovo Legion Play
Lenovo Legion Play

The Legion Play is described as an Android cloud gaming console designed for AAA gaming allowing users to play mobile games and stream their PC game libraries all on one device. The device packs a 7-inch FHD display with HDR 10 support and 16:9 aspect ratio. There are also dual speakers, built-in controllers which are not detachable and a 7,000 mAh battery.

Legion Play front and back Legion Play front and back
Legion Play front and back

The console appears to be running a modified version of Android and one of the screens shows it supports Nvidia's GeForce Now platform. It remains to be seen which other game streaming services will be supported on the device as well as the rest of the hardware details behind it.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 13 Jan 2023
  • qLN

People not realizing the potential. All the platforms can emulate older consoles like ps2 or early. Mobile is in the sweet spot in terms of power. For me I dont need to be in my room to play games.

  • Sin
  • 13 Aug 2022
  • 0Fj

I don't really think handheld consoles make sense in general Good try Lenovo But next time at least have the joy sticks in line My main problem with this device design It possibly sell well Too me They just don't an...

  • Spike
  • 07 Oct 2021
  • 0ij

At least it's full hd. I wish we can have 10" OLED screen. That would be perfect

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