Apr 12, 2021 Reviews
Lenovo gives everything for the evolution of Legion Phone Duel 2, a powerful smartphone that comes 'equipped' with all the features that the sought after gamer is looking for. Precisely, the Legion Phone Duel 2 retains the original philosophy in landscape mode (think of it as a portable console). However, it adds 8 different virtual keys, which transmit the feeling of a gamepad to its user.
The Octa-triggers offers a 720Hz touch sampling rate, thus offering twice the response than the competition (such as the ASUS ROG Phone 5 and the Nubia Red Magic 6). According to the design team of Lenovo, the goal was to create a gaming phone, which can copy the true feeling of a gamer grip at a time when the blood is burning, and the battle in a game becomes more difficult. Of course, the controls are good, but the fanatics of mobile gaming usually 'thirst' for 'space' specs and indeed, the Legion Phone Duel 2 offers everything the dynamic gamer needs, with the fast Snapdragon 888 SoC, 6.92-inch screen with AMOLED Full HD technology, screen refresh rate of 144Hz and a pop-up camera with a 44MP sensor. As is the case with high-end gaming phones, it has plenty of RAM at 12 and 16GB, while in terms of available storage, here we have 256 and 512GB, respectively. Finally, like any self-respecting gaming phone, this one comes with a dynamic cooling system with two fans that keep the interior cool. But also with two charging ports!
The proposal will be available in the Chinese market in April, followed by Europe and other Asian markets, priced at € 999 for the 16G / 512GB version and € 799. for the version with 12GB / 256.