The new powerful Lenovo Legion Y90 is powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. This phone starts at 12 GB of RAM and has 16 and 18 GB options as well. The two lower configurations come with 256 GB storage, the top model has split storage 640 GB in total – 512 GB UFS + 128 GB SSD, in RAID 0. Naturally, the phone runs Android 12 with ZUI 13.
Moreover, before the launch, Lenovo notebook product manager Lin Lin teased that the device’s temperature stood at 38.9°C even after gaming for 20 minutes at 120 FPS. At the same time as 38.9°C won’t sound too cool of a climate to be caught in for us people, in terms of CPU temperatures, it’s like every other warm morning in Antarctica.
Moreover, some latest flagship stage services are known to get quite hot while gaming even for shorter periods of time, with some in the end automatically reducing brightness tiers as a last resort, which must with any luck not be the case with our Legion Y90 here. It had a diagonal length of 6.92 inches and a 144 Hz refresh rate as a panel of last Generation E4 AMOLED.
Lenovo Legion Y90 rear design officially revealed
After all, the Y90 even comes with an in-built fan dedicated to helping tame the beast of a processor the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is. Game developers seem to be quite privy to the phone’s heat dissipation abilities too. The honor of Kings that has a global model called arena of Valor, as an example, will run at the device at an ultra-easy 120 FPS.
It was earlier revealed that Lenovo will be following a unified naming scheme coined that units digit names for cell telephones, 3 digits for tablets, and four digits for laptops. All of it appears to be a part of the enterprise’s newfound obsession with gaming.
Additionally joining the Y90 gaming cellphone, consequently, are the Lenovo Legion Y700 gaming tablet and Y9000P gaming computer. Both of these gadgets are expected to be released around CES 2022 with a purpose to kick off on January 5th, 2022.