Lenovo introduced the flagship smartphone Legion Y90, focused on the gaming audience. One of the main features of the model was an advanced active cooling system designed to cope with the “hot nature” of the latest Snapdragon processor. In addition, the gadget boasts other unique features, including a desktop-class SSD.
The smartphone is equipped with an eSports 6.92-inch E4 AMOLED display with a resolution of 2460×1080 pixels, a refresh rate of 144 Hz and a sampling rate of 720 Hz. The latter characteristic provides an instant response to touch. The new screen also supports the HDR10 + standard for displaying content in a high dynamic range.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 is based on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. A proprietary cooler with a 3520 mm² vapor chamber and two fans is responsible for removing heat from hot iron. According to the manufacturer, this design allows the smartphone to produce a stable frame rate even under prolonged loads. Designed to help mobile gamers and retractable triggers on the side of the case, simplifying control in games.
The amount of RAM of the novelty is 18 GB, the smartphone receives another 4 GB in the form of a paging file. In addition, Lenovo’s flagship has up to 512GB of internal flash storage and a 128GB SSD. Both storages are combined into a RAID 0 array to speed up the operating system and applications. Another feature of the gaming model is the RGB-lit logo on the back of the case.
The smartphone’s main camera module is represented by two sensors – the main one at 64 megapixels and an auxiliary 13-megapixel one with an ultra wide-angle lens. The resolution of the front camera is 16 megapixels. The battery capacity of the novelty is 5600 mAh. It supports 68-watt fast charging, which fully “refuels” the battery of the device via USB Type-C in 38 minutes.
The Lenovo Legion Y90 will go on sale in China on March 10th. The price of the gaming novelty in different memory configurations will be:
- 12/256 GB – $633
- 16/256 GB – $681
- 18/640 GB – $792