Lenovo Legion handheld gaming console leaked; This is the First Look

Lenovo Legion handheld gaming console leaked;  This is the First Look

With the growing demand for handheld gaming consoles like the Nintendo Switch, we’ve seen a few advanced portable gaming consoles this year. Nintendo launched its much-anticipated OLED Switch, followed by Steam’s jump in bandwidth with the launch of the Steam Deck’s portable console. Now, Lenovo also seems to have plans to launch an Android-based portable gaming console, called the Lenovo Legion Play, on the market.

A user recently saw a few images of Lenovo’s handheld gaming console on GBA Temp after searching Google for “Lenovo handheld”. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that Lenovo Germany and Japan uploaded the console’s images to its MWC 2021 webpages with the Lenovo moniker Legion Play. So this means the company had plans to launch the device earlier this year. However, it was probably canceled for unknown reasons.

Lenovo Legion play handheld console (leak)

However, going by the images, the Lenovo Legion Play looks pretty complete and ready for the market. It has a traditional console-like design with the display in the middle and the control buttons and control wires on each side. There are the usual ABXY buttons, the right analog stick, and a few control buttons on the right, and a D-pad, the left analog stick on the left.

According to the description on Lenovo web pages, the Legion Play console has a 7-inch Full-HD display with a 16: 9 aspect ratio and HDR10 support. It also packs a 7,000mAh battery, though there is no information about the processor or any other internal specs. Apart from this, the device also has a USB-C port, a 3.5mm audio jacket, and a concave axis design for easy grip, according to the images.

Lenovo Legion handheld gaming console leaked;  This is the First Look

Coming to the software, the Lenovo Legion Play seems to be running an Android-based custom skin. There are icons for Nvidia GeForce Play, the Google Play Store, and other system apps. We can also see some glyphs for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and signal strength bars at the top right corner. So this may mean that the console may have cellular support.

Regarding the availability and pricing of the device, Lenovo wrote that the Lenovo Legion Play “Coming to choose markets.” However, the company has not yet made a public announcement or even rubbed the device anywhere.

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