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Forums are now open for Legion Phone Duel 2, Nokia X20 / X10, Nokia G20 / G10, Realme C25, C21, C20 and more

Thursday was chockful of new smartphone announcements — a total of 10 phones launched within a 24-hour window! We witnessed the madness of Lenovo’s crazy gaming phone, Realme's new entry-level lineup, and some interesting mix of new Nokia-branded hardware from HMD Global. To give users a dedicated space to connect with fellow device owners, potentially...

The new Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 features eight trigger keys and dual active cooling fans

After multiple leaks and teases, Lenovo today officially unveiled its second gaming phone: the Legion Phone Duel 2. The latest gaming phone from Lenovo follows the same philosophy as its predecessor. It delivers a design optimized for landscape use and packs some of the most powerful hardware we have seen on a smartphone so far. Lenovo...

Lenovo’s next gaming phone will also stick with a design optimized for landscape use

Lenovo finally jumped on the gaming phone bandwagon last year with the Legion Phone Duel. Just like you would expect from a gaming-oriented smartphone, the Legion Phone Duel left no stone unturned when it came to raw power through hardware, shipping a 6.59-inch 144Hz AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, up to 16GB RAM, and...

Sentons CameraBar uses ultrasound to turn your phone’s frame into a zoom slider

Smartphones are incredibly versatile portable PCs, but with only a handful of physical buttons available on most devices, you have to rely on touchscreen controls for most things. When it comes to playing games or using the camera app, you have to juggle between many different onscreen buttons and sliders, resulting in a subpar, limiting...

Apple iPhone 12, Huawei Mate 40 Pro, Lenovo Legion Phone, and OPPO Reno4 5G series forums are now open

Well, whew. Techtober is still at full steam, and we have started to see several exciting technology announcements in the last few weeks. Apple's iPhone 12 lineup brings 5G to the mainstream and also brings several generational improvements over the previous iPhone 11 series. The Huawei Mate 40 Pro shows that the company can still...

The Lenovo Legion Phone Duel goes on sale in Europe for €1000

In a sea of gaming smartphones, every manufacturer needs some feature to make their device stand out from the rest. In the case of ASUS and their ROG devices, they get away with bulky, powerful smartphones with bleeding-edge technology. The Legion Phone Duel from Lenovo takes a unique approach to gaming smartphones. We've covered this...

Lenovo launches Legion Phone Duel with Snapdragon 865 Plus, 90W charging, side popup, and more

The gaming smartphone segment has grown steadily over the last couple of years, with several OEMs like Asus, Razer, and Nubia offering some compelling devices geared towards mobile gamers, and practically all of them pushing the envelope when it comes to pure specifications. Now, Lenovo is marking its entry into the gaming smartphone segment with...

Lenovo Legion official renders confirm side popup camera from earlier leaks

The gaming smartphone segment has grown steadily over the last couple of years, with several OEMs like Asus, Razer, and Nubia offering some compelling devices geared towards mobile gamers. Chinese OEM Lenovo is also expected to join the ranks this year with its new Legion branded gaming smartphone. The device was leaked extensively earlier this...

Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone teased to come with a 144Hz display, liquid cooling

The Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone is not really a surprise. The Legion phone was extensively leaked by us back in May, revealing most major specifications and details about the phone. Still, official teasers serve as confirmation on what to expect out of Lenovo's first gaming smartphone. The latest round of teasers suggests that the Lenovo...

ASUS ROG Phone 3 and Lenovo Legion gaming phones will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus

Qualcomm has just announced the new Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC. Following up on the announcement, the company has also announced that the very first smartphones with the new, updated SoC will be the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and the Lenovo Legion. Both of these smartphones are considered "gaming phones" at their core, so it comes...

This is likely the Lenovo Legion gaming smartphone with a 144Hz display, 90W charging, and side pop-up camera

Lenovo's self-branded smartphones may not be nearly as popular as the company's Motorola-branded devices, but the brand still has fans in Asian countries like India and China. In an effort to capitalize on the company's existing popularity with gamers, Lenovo is preparing to launch its first-ever Android gaming smartphone under its Legion Gaming brand. The...