Lenovo Legion Halo leaks online with next-gen Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chip

Lenovo Legion Halo Rumors leaks launch date
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Lenovo is currently keeping fans at their toes with its upcoming gaming phone. The Lenovo Y90 will build on the Legion lineup of smartphones. That being said, a recent leak has suggested that it may not be the only gaming phone from Lenovo this year. Renders of Lenovo Halo have now surfaced online, revealing a regular-looking gaming phone. Here, we will be discussing all the leaks and rumors surrounding the Lenovo Legion Halo.

Lenovo Legion Halo Rumors Roundup:

As mentioned earlier, the Legion Halo looks totally different from the current Legion lineup of gaming smartphones. There is no RGB backlighting or any other gaming aesthetics for that matter. It’s pretty much a normal-looking phone with gaming hardware underneath.

Talking about hardware, Lenovo Legion Halo is rumored to be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus. The chip is not official yet, and it’s likely to be a mid-year refresh to the current Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Furthermore, the phone will have up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Fueling it will be a 5,000mAh battery, and there will be support for up to 68W charging.


Lenovo Legion Halo Render

Over on the front, the Lenovo Legion Halo will sport a 6.67” FHD+ display with LG’s P-OLED panel. The screen will refresh at 144Hz and will also have a 300Hz touch sampling rate. You can even see a tiny punch-hole on the top of the screen, which means there will be no side-mounted pop-up camera as in previous Legion phones. Likewise, the punch-hole will enclose a 16MP selfie camera.

At the back, Legion Halo will flaunt a triple camera setup led by a 50MP primary sensor. Accompanying it will be a 13MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP camera.

Lenovo Legion Halo Launch Date (Expected)

As per the rumors, Lenovo Legion Halo will not be available until the third quarter of this year. There are no details of the pricing of the phone.

Smartphone Launch Date (Expected)
Lenovo Legion Halo Q3, 2022
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