The Lenovo Legion Y90 is set to launch next month, but a recent leak hints at what we may expect from the smartphone. Here’s an intriguing set of specifications that we could shortly see on the Legion Y90.
According to the latest rumors, it might have the most powerful processor we’ve ever seen in an Android phone. This device has a world-first in memory and Qualcomm’s most recent flagship processor.
The specifications of the Lenovo phone were recently revealed in a leak by a well-known source. Even though the source did not predict the smartphone’s release date, it is expected to be released in February.
The Legion Y90 is expected to meet all of the requirements for the most up-to-date features on a gaming smartphone in terms of specifications. The bundle includes an AMOLED display, the most modern Chipset, a large battery, and the world’s first 22GB RAM.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 will have a 6.92-inch E4 Samsung AMOLED display. For gaming, this display will most likely have a refresh rate of 144Hz and a touch sampling rate of 720Hz. In addition, the phone is estimated to size 176 x 78.8 x 10.5mm and weigh 268 grams, indicating that it will be a large smartphone.
The phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset with 22GB RAM. This RAM would include 18GB of real RAM and 4GB of virtual RAM. Storage will be as remarkable, with two alternative storage chips of 512GB and 128GB. The Legion Y90 will thus have a total storage capacity of 640GB.
According to the leaked information, the phone would have a 5,600mAh battery and support for up to 68W quick charging. The cameras on the Legion Y90 might include a 64-megapixel primary sensor and a 16-megapixel secondary lens, resulting in a simple dual-lens setup. On the front, a 44-megapixel selfie camera is said to be incorporated.
Moreover, the Legion Y90 will keep its gaming phone flair, with six gaming keys in total. There will be four shoulder keys, and two pressure sensors integrated. Frost Blade 3.0, a heat-dispersing cooling system with two fans, will be offered. The Legion Y90 will also come with two X-axis motors for haptic feedback.