Looks like Lenovo is already working hard on the Legion 2 Pro
A new leak indicates that Lenovo is well on its way to its development on the Legion 2 Pro. The follow-up to last year’s Legion Pro, otherwise known as Lenovo Telephone duel of the Legion in some markets.
It was Lenovo’s very first gaming smartphone with some pretty serious specs and features. Letting it easily compete with other gaming phones released in 2020. Lenovo even had some interesting innovations to showcase to the consumer.
That doesn’t necessarily mean Lenovo will do the same thing this time around. And when you look at the Legion 2 Pro leak, there’s nothing to suggest that Lenovo has a bunch of cool tech stuff up its sleeve to attract more users. That’s not to say it won’t. The escape just doesn’t revolve around this type of information.
Lenovo Legion 2 Pro leaked indicates 65W fast charging support
So far there isn’t much information on the phone, but the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, according to the leak, is expected to support 65w fast charging.
This is based on a certification the phone recently passed in China called 3C certification. In this certification, a “5G digital mobile phone” is listed as supporting fast charging of up to 45w and 65w. It’s also possible that the phone could charge even faster than that.
A rumor unrelated to the 3C certification indicates that the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro could support up to 130w of fast charging. Keep in mind that all of these specs could be inaccurate as Lenovo itself has yet to tease or confirm the charging speeds.
Another thing to consider is that with the original Legion Pro, one of the features Lenovo focused a lot on was charging. Because the phone allows you to charge the battery through two separate ports, increasing the charging speed a bit.
He also teased this before the phone launched. So there will likely be teasers on how to load this new device at some point. In the fast charging rumor, there are a few more detailed key specs.
The phone could (and probably will) ship with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 mobile platform. ROG Phone 5 uses, and that’s what the RedMagic 6 uses. Lenovo should therefore use it to stay on an even keel. That said, Lenovo could still surprise.