Some features and images of the Lenovo Legion Play have been leaked, it is a new Android handheld game console that will compete with Steam Deck.
COVID-19, on the other hand, resulted in a significant increase in our time spent at home. Manufacturers have not given up their ambitions for mobility in many sectors, including game consoles.
Lenovo also seems to join the trend and not only with gaming mobile phones like the Lenovo Duel 2, but also with a handheld gaming console.
This is the Lenovo Legion Play
Some data have been leaked about this new device, including information that was intended to be made public at MWC 2021 in Shanghai.
This device would feature a USB-C port, 3.5 mm headphone jack, analog pushbuttons, four front buttons, a D-Pad, and rear buttons in the form of triggers.
The screen would be 7 inches with FHD resolution and 16:9 ratio, with HDR10 technology and stereo speakers. But it seems like Legion Play doesn’t come with cameras.
The most striking thing about this new game console is that it would have Google services and applications. But also it would be able to connect to Geforce Now, NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service.
A postponed presentation
We now know that this device should have been presented at the beginning of the year, but Lenovo changed plans almost at the last minute.
We don’t know if the Lenovo Legion Play will ever come to the market, because all the information we have right now is based on leaks. We’ll look forward to it.