Leading laptop company Lenovo recently released the Lenovo Legion Duel Gaming phone in China. Finally, the phone is now available in the European markets as well. The company has announced several offers for its customers. This product is perfect for gamers as it has the most astounding specifications. The shipment of the Legion Duel will begin from 15th October 2020. The company has also declared an alternative payment scheme, which is mentioned below.
Price and offers
Lenovo has put a price tag of 999 euros on the Legion Duel gaming phone. However, customers can opt for the installment payment mode of 250 euros. Some of the buyers who book the product during the initial release can avail of the early-bird offer. The buyers can use the promo code ‘LEGIONEARLYBIRD’ to unlock goodies like the Lenovo Smart Clock worth 90 euros or the Lenovo Yoga ANC on-ear headphones worth 150 euros.
Legion Duel – Features and Specifications
The Lenovo Legion Duel is a power-packed device. Its features include:
- 6.65-inch full HD+ AMOLED display
- 144Hz refresh rate
- An in-screen fingerprint reader
- Android 10 OS
- 5,000mAh battery
- Snapdragon 865+
- LPPDR5 RAM
- 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB
- UFS 3.1 storage
- A side-mounted pop-up selfie camera of 20-megapixel
- 64-megapixel + 16-megapixel (ultrawide) rear-facing dual-camera system
Legion Duel will also come with a 65W rapid charger in the European markets. In China, the edition came with a 90W fast charger. Further, the device is yet to be released in other markets like the Middle East, the Asia Pacific, and Latin America. However, the company has not announced the release date.
Lenovo Limited Group is a Chinese multinational technology company. It was incorporated in Hongkong. It was founded in Beijing in November 1984. Today, it has its global headquarters in Beijing, China, operational headquarters in Morrisville, North Carolina in the United States, and an operational center in Singapore. The company produces electronic devices like personal computers, tablet computers, smartphones, workstations, servers, supercomputers, electronic storage devices, IT management software, and smart TVs. It also promotes the ThinkPad, ThinkBook, IdeaPad, Yoga, Legion, the IdeaCentre, and ThinkCentre.