The unique pop-up selfie video camera isnt visible from the back, but theres absolutely something there on the side of the phone, as seen in the shot above. It appears to be a cosmetic change, given that theres certainly no hole for a forward-facing cam anywhere on the screen itself.
The initial Legion phone used a state-of-the-art processor, massive dual-chambered batteries that recharged at 90 watts, and a 144Hz screen with a 240Hz touch tasting rate. Presuming that these leakages are genuine and the phone pertains to market, you can expect a minimum of that much, with possibly some more new techniques.
Among the unusually long-lasting patterns of the last couple of years is “gaming phones,” designs that have been modified (often significantly) for mobile gaming efficiency. Lenovo made one with its Legion gaming brand name in 2015, and according to a leakage posted to Antutus Weibo account, its back with another design. This ones over-the-top, even for a video gaming phone.
The first Legion phone wasnt exactly subtle, with splashy rear styling, a center-mounted video camera module (so your hands do not cover it when youre video gaming), and a pop-up selfie camera mounted on the side. The leaked photos of a second-gen variation seem much more overblown: the whole center module is raised with separated panels on both sides, offering it grips slightly similar to a Game Boy Advance. Unless my eyes deceive me, that center panel also has a small, built-in cooling fan, something that other video gaming phones reserve for an add-on device.