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Lenovo is working on a portable gaming device called Legion Play


Players always need devices that allow them to play anywhere. This is unlike home gaming platforms such as Xbox and Playstation, which need a screen and a power source to play. In addition to solutions such as the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck, it appears that Lenovo is developing a new device targeting this segment.

This is where the leaks appeared about a portable gaming device called Lenovo Legion Play. As we can see, it is a Legion brand product. But this device differs from both the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck, as it is aimed at gamers of the smartphone platform in particular.

The new device comes with the Android system, meaning that the games that the user will be able to play on it are the games available for Android phones in general, including games such as CoD, PUBG Mobile, Genshin Impact and many others.

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The device was discovered by Lenovo’s official website, and it seems that the company was planning to announce it soon, but leaks preceded it. The images appeared on the Lenovo websites in Japan and Germany but were hidden.

Lenovo was apparently planning to unveil the new gaming device at its Lenovo Mobile World Congress 2021 conference, but the conference took place without mentioning this device, which hints that the device has already been postponed.

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Lenovo is working on a portable gaming device

All this information was accessed via a hidden page on the official Lenovo website. The product description states that it was also destined for the leading AAA games for home consoles. This is because the device would have supported its playback via cloud gaming features and services such as PS Now, xCloud, NVIDIA GeForce Now, and others.

The device’s specifications include a 16:9 screen with HDR 10 support, as well as a huge 7,000 mAh battery. This is in addition to that Lenovo has mentioned that the device comes without large bezels, but the images showed the opposite.

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