Lenovo Could Reveal Its Legion Y90 Gaming Phone This Month
Lenovo is rumored to reveal its Legion Y90 gaming phone at an event this month. And with only a couple of weeks left in February, a reveal of the Legion Y90, if it does happen this month, should be soon.
While Lenovo hasn’t made an official announcement on this yet, it appears to have teased an event for February. The event is said to be focusing on the upcoming phone. And an image shared from the Lenovo account on Chinese social media site Weibo would seem to support this.
The teaser post was spotted by SeekDevice, which notes that the event will be held on February 28 at 7PM CST local time in China. That would put the start of the event at 3AM PST on February 27 here on the West coast.
Lenovo may be holding a reveal event for the Legion Y90 on February 28
Based on the timing, it’s clear that Lenovo has something to show off come February 28. And even though the company doesn’t directly reference a gaming phone, the included image does point to a Legion ‘Y’ product. The Legion Y90 has already been rumored for a little while. So it isn’t surprising to see that it’s the most suspected device to show up at this event.
In addition to the Legion Y90, Lenovo is also suspected to unveil the Legion Y700 gaming tablet. A tablet device with an 8.8-inch 2.5K resolution display, and a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s also rumored to have a Snapdragon 870 mobile processor. As well as a fairly large battery that can keep gamers playing for upwards of 6 hours or more.
Lenovo also has the Legion Phone 3 in the works. Recently leaked renders show off what the device looks like. It’s not certain if Lenovo would reveal this phone at the event as well. But it would make sense given that all three of these devices are intended (initially) for the Chinese market.
It’s only a couple more weeks until Lenovo’s big event. So the company may share more teasers in the coming days. This also means that before long more details about the device should pop up, including specs, availability, and pricing.
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