The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, which will be introduced on April 8, will blow the minds of FPS players such as PUBG and Call of Duty. Here are the details …
The recent increase in mobile play in the smartphone market has pushed the phone industry to another point. For a few years, player phones have begun to be preferred by users. One of the most important features of these is their high sensitivity to touch. When it comes to player phones, the first brands that come to mind are Xiaomi, Asus and Lenovo. The Lenovo Legion 2 Pro, which will be introduced on April 8, seems to meet all the requests of users in FPS-style games such as PUBG and Call of Duty.
Because, according to the information leaked today, the Lenovo Legion 2 Pro model will have a 144Hz screen frame rate and a 720Hz touch layer polling rate. This obviously means that players have a far superior gaming experience against other players. So when you see someone and you press the trigger button to fire (even if you press it at the same time), the person who owns this type of phone may have already downloaded you. However, it should be noted that this screen will be a 6.92-inch Samsung-made Super AMOLED screen.
One of the most important questions that comes to mind when it comes to player phone is battery power and its potential to be charging. According to the information received, Legion 2 Pro will have a battery of 5500 mAh. This means less performance than the Asus ROG Phone 5 (6000 mAh) but significantly more than the Black Shark 4 Pro (4500 mAh). Legion 2 Pro also supports 90W fast charging. When we look at other phones, ROG Phone 5 supports 65W, while Black Shark 4 Pro supports 120W. In other words, Lenovo offers us the battery and charge value in the middle.
You will appreciate that the phone will offer hardware features such as the Sanpdragon 888 chip serial 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, but no matter what, one of the most important features here seems to be the 720Hz touch layer polling speed.