Lenovo's New Gaming Phone Promises to Exceed 600000 Points in AnTuTu

Yolanda Curtis
February 16, 2020

Based on an image posted on weibo.com, it seems that Lenovo might be unveiling their own gaming smartphone which will come equipped with Qualcomm's top of the line Snapdragon 865 chipset.

The phone is expected by some to arrive under the name Lenovo Legion, following what Asus did with its gaming division and expanding the Republic of Gamers brand into the world of smartphones.

Xiaomi Mi 10, powered by Snapdragon 865, received 585,232 points from the popular benchmark application AnTuTu. Ever since then the company had been looking for ways to extend their markets, and recently it has come to light that Lenovo will take its Legion gaming brand to smartphone gaming.

"If I look at the [EMEA] region, it multiplied by four or five times in the last two years", said Dousson. It is also unlikely Lenovo will break into the USA market because it has saved its personal branded telephones outdoors and left Motorola to cover the US. If Lenovo is to compete in such a high market in which the bar for gaming smartphones has already been set high, the company needs to up its game and have its smartphones the similar, if not better, specifications.

Lenovo may attempt to undercut costs; however, there's cramped room to trim specs when together with the excessive-finish Snapdragon 865.

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