The next gaming phone from Lenovo is going to be called Lenovo Legion Y90 in China, and it has just appeared on TENAA. The device, rumored to arrive globally as Legion 3 Pro, will have a big screen with Full HD+ resolution, ultra-heavy body and plenty of memory options.
This Lenovo carries an L71061 model number and sports a 6.9” OLED screen and a resolution of 2460 x 1080 pixels – identical to the Legion 2 Pro. CPU frequency is listed 2.995 GHz, which is the clock rate of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.
Lenovo is planning to launch the Y90 with at least four RAM options – 8GB, 10GB, 12GB, and 16GB. A leaked specs sheet from earlier this week suggested 18GB RAM version is also on the table.
Storage will be 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The battery is listed at 2,650 mAh, but that’s the capacity of one of its two cells, pointing to a total capacity of 5,300 mAh. The phone’s dimensions are 177 x 78.1 x 10.9mm and it weighs 252 grams.
It will be one of the heaviest smartphones on the market once it launches, and that’s because it will have dual fans for extra cooling, as well as a pop-up selfie camera, embedded in the right-hand side.