Lenovo Legion Duel gaming phone likely to land in India soon

Lenovo has setup a landing page for the Legion Duel on its India portal that almost confirms the launch of the smartphone.

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Remember Lenovo’s Legion Duel gaming phone that made headlines due to its quirky selfie camera? Well you might not, but you will soon. Lenovo’s Legion Duel gaming phone will launch for the Indian market in the coming weeks. The smartphone was released in July in China and has since been confined inside the borders of the Great Wall and Europe. However, a hush-hush official product page listing on Lenovo India’s official portal pretty much confirms the launch of the handset soon even though there’s no official talk about it. 

Lenovo Legion Duel: Expected Price in India

The product page is a full-blown landing page which teases all the key features of the powerful gaming phone and what’s missing is just a price tag and an official confirmation. We can take cues about the pricing from its China launch though and get a decent idea of how Lenovo will price it in India. 

For the starting 8GB model, the Lenovo Legion Duel costs as little as 3,499 yuan or Rs 40,000 roughly. Hence, adding taxes and GST, we could easily see the Lenovo Legion be priced somewhere around the Rs 45,000 mark, hopefully. That’s not a bad price at all for a device that is easily one of the fastest gaming smartphones globally.

Lenovo Legion Duel: Key Features and Specifications

The handset has an overclocked Snapdragon 865+ CPU that puts it atop the current AnTuTu rankings and a whopping 16GB of RAM (the top end variant). 

It has a 6.65-inch notchless AMOLED display and a pop-up selfie camera that rises from the sides rather than the top. The display boasts a 240Hz touch sampling rate simultaneously offering a 144Hz refresh rate. It also has a dual-liquid mid-thermal, floating cooling system and a massive 90W Turbocharging feature that promises 50% charge in ten minutes. 

It also has dual ultrasonic shoulder keys and x-axis linear motors as well as a true stereo speaker setup that makes it the ideal mobile gaming machine. To round things off, it features a 20MP front-facing camera with a 64MP and 16MP ultra-wide array on the back.

If the launch is close, as we presume, then an official confirmation from Lenovo should be on the cards. Stay tuned for the same.

  • 6.65″ FHD+ (144Hz) AMOLED Display
  • Snapdragon 865+ 12/16GB+ 128/ 256/512GB
  • 64+16MP dual Rear Camera 20MP Pop-up camera
  • Under display fingerprint scanner
  • 5000mAh battery 90W charging ( 16GB RAM)
  • 65W charging (12GB RAM)

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